Build4Scale workshop comes to the Capital Region

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Are you ready to move your clean energy technology product idea from prototype to production?
On January 29th 2019, FuzeHub will deliver a Build4Scale™ training at Revolution Hall in Troy, NY. This training features a curriculum to help businesses design their cleantech product for manufacturability. Dan Radomski, one of the creators of the Build4Scale curriculum, will lead this free, full-day workshop. Dan is the Chief Strategy/Operating Officer for the Optimal Group in Detroit, as well as an advisor to the Lawrence Technological University Collaboratory, a program that helps accelerate and scale small “hardware” product manufacturers. Manufacturing experts from the partnering host organizations (listed below) will also be on hand to serve attendees with one-on-one mentoring. Follow-up support will also be provided by FuzeHub to help participants determine next steps and resources that may be helpful to them.

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Who should attend: Innovators with prototypes or at the very least a proof of concept—ready to engage in exercises to develop an intelligent bill of materials and bill of process.
Event Partners include: The Center for Economic Growth, Innovate518, The U.S. Department of Energy’s ( DOE’s) Build4Scale™.


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