Hardware Innovation Workshop Comes to New York

Hardware Innovation Workshop Comes to New York

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MAKE will bring its popular Hardware Innovation Workshop to New York on Sept. 18. Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to network with fellow maker pros as you learn tips and hints, best practices, and avenues to successfully navigate the maker pro landscape.

This one-day event at the New York Hall of Science will take the best of the content, ideas, views, and visions from the Bay Area event, and consolidate it into the ultimate “toolbox for maker pros.”

Topics and sessions will include:

  • Digital Manufacturing: Getting to Scale
  • Prototyping and Fabrication
  • Partnering to Get it Made
  • Wisdom of the Crowd: Crowdsourcing
  • Getting Started: Maker Pro Case Studies
  • Manufacturing & the New World Order
  • Maker-to-Market: Incubators & Accelerators

In the final session, entrepreneurs (who have submitted their concepts and been selected as finalists) pitch their prototypes to the audience of their peers and experts, to convince them their ideas have merit and commercial viability. At the evening event, they will have the opportunity to display their projects and explain their business strategy to the assembled crowd. Have your own prototype you want to submit? Click here!

Register today; early bird price of $199 is available through August 15!

Main event website:
makezine.com/hardware-innovation-workshop

Tickets:
makezine.com/hardware-innovation-workshop/2013-new-york-event/tickets

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