FUZEHUB MANUFACTURING WEBINARS
Best Practices for Hardware
Manufacturers at Any Stage
A three part series packed with resources that can help NY manufacturers at any stage, from start-ups wondering where to begin, to companies that have reached the tipping point between failure and success, to established companies seeking to scale-up profitability.
Join us for insights from experts and fellow manufacturers, an opportunity to do some virtual networking, and to learn about available resources in NY.
JUNE 27 | 11 AM | WEBINAR
You are just getting started. You have a concept or maybe even a rough prototype, but you’re not sure where to go next. You need guidance on things like: starting your business, finding technical expertise, understanding customer discovery, developing accurate cost/price models, prototyping/3D printing, protecting your IP, navigating regulatory requirements. Learn how to gain access to NY State’s hidden ecosystem of resources that help support start-ups and early stage companies.
JULY 19 | WEBINAR
You have done proof-of-concept testing and your product shows promise, but you need to refine the product, scale up processes (without lowering quality), and get the message out to more customers (potentially in new markets or industries). Find out where to go for help with things like: Mid-volume production, testing/validation, developing a more robust supply chain, getting assistance with workforce development, marketing, and funding. Learn about critical, and potentially business-saving topics, like how to successfully pitch your product to potential investors and what contract manufacturers are looking for before they will work with a new company.
AUGUST | WEBINAR
After some initial success making and selling product, your business is ready to take off, but you need help strategically growing your operations and becoming more efficient. Learn about resources that can assist with things like: Locating a larger facility/more physical space, developing lean processes, automation, strategically outsourcing certain components/operations to contract manufacturers, and funding. Make connections to resources that can help your business as you continue to grow, no matter what obstacles you face.