The Commonwealth’s MMAP program aims to help Massachusetts-based small to medium-sized manufacturers prepare their businesses to meet the demands of Industry 4.0 and the manufacturing of new technologies and innovations that align with key industries in the Commonwealth.
The MMAP provides capital cost share up to $250,000 for projects located within the Commonwealth’s borders, as part of the state’s on-going commitment to the manufacturing industry.
It is a requirement that a company collaborate with a non-profit, institution of higher education
(community college or above), or quasi-public entity legally organized in Massachusetts to receive
funding. These partnerships will provide assistance through technical support, workforce development support, business connections, or other means of assistance, depending on the partner, to help manufacturers drive efficiencies and scale their business.
Priorities will be given to projects that:
- Align with key industries within the state, which include Microelectronics, Defense/Aerospace, Electrification technologies, Additive Manufacturing, Robotics and Automation; and
- Broaden impact across regional, social, economic, and racial boundaries.