Manufacturing How-tos for Startups

May 13, 2014

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to be a sponsor of The Venture Forum's "Manufacturing How-tos for Startups," which was held on May 13, 2014 from 5:30 - 8:30pm.

Venture Forum Event Description:

The Venture ForumReady to start manufacturing your prototype?  Scale up to volume?  Want to prepare to reach that stage?  When your startup moves into manufacturing mode, know what to expect.  Come learn about next generation manufacturing from keynote speaker Joe Griffin of the Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MassMEP).

Hear what the founders of three young companies have learned along the way, then brainstorm with them to resolve their burning issues. Find out what each group discovered in their discussions.

Companies ready to hear your ideas will be:

  • Moozifed, with CEO Miriam Kutcher describing the baby formula heater/dispenser system for quick 98 degree prep

  • Power Hydrant, with CEO Kevin Leary’s vision for a robotic charging system for electric vehicles

  • Strohl Medical, with CEO Heather Keith’s experience developing the NeuroEPG System to help ER physicians identify potential stroke victims for faster diagnosis and treatment

Topics of discussion in breakout sessions with company leaders may cover:

  • How they make key design decisions such as material, form factor, ruggedness, and user interface

  • What expertise they have/need in-house

  • What types of outsourced vendors they use/need and how they found them
     

For more information, please visit The Venture Forum website.

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May 13, 2014

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to be a sponsor of The Venture Forum's "Manufacturing How-tos for Startups," which was held on May 13, 2014 from 5:30 - 8:30pm.

Venture Forum Event Description:

The Venture ForumReady to start manufacturing your prototype?  Scale up to volume?  Want to prepare to reach that stage?  When your startup moves into manufacturing mode, know what to expect.  Come learn about next generation manufacturing from keynote speaker Joe Griffin of the Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MassMEP).

Hear what the founders of three young companies have learned along the way, then brainstorm with them to resolve their burning issues. Find out what each group discovered in their discussions.

Companies ready to hear your ideas will be:

  • Moozifed, with CEO Miriam Kutcher describing the baby formula heater/dispenser system for quick 98 degree prep

  • Power Hydrant, with CEO Kevin Leary’s vision for a robotic charging system for electric vehicles

  • Strohl Medical, with CEO Heather Keith’s experience developing the NeuroEPG System to help ER physicians identify potential stroke victims for faster diagnosis and treatment

Topics of discussion in breakout sessions with company leaders may cover:

  • How they make key design decisions such as material, form factor, ruggedness, and user interface

  • What expertise they have/need in-house

  • What types of outsourced vendors they use/need and how they found them
     

For more information, please visit The Venture Forum website.

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