Need Help Designing, Prototyping and Manufacturing Your Idea? Maybe Assessing or Marketing?
Check out the Stout FAB LAB
Presented by Randy Hulke, Director for the UW Stout Fab Lab
Also, Meet with our many other Resources that can help you along the way
NETWORKING & Hors d'oeuvres afterwards
The “I&E Club” invites businesses and the public to join them at their next meeting.
Come, Network with like-minded people and learn from each other.
Date: Thursday June 26th, 2014
Time: 5:30 PM Networking – 6:00 PM Presentation Starts
Location: Lemonweir Valley Telephone building, 127 Hwy 12/16, Camp Douglas
Bringing a product to market is fraught with challenges! Most of the time you have little room or funding for mistakes to happen. Come and learn how the Discovery Center Fab Lab http://www.uwstout.edu/discoverycenter/upload/NewProductDevelopment.pdf is a workshop for creative, high-tech innovators and people who have a need to design, prototype and build things. The Fab Lab provides access to a variety of tools, including computer-aided design and desktop manufacturing technologies, to help bring your idea to life.They can also help you in: Feasibility Assessment, Product Engineering, Product Evaluation, Access to Patent Licensing and Assess to Marketing Support!
Speaker: Randall Hulke - MBA, Executive Director - Applied Research and Technology Transfer, Executive Director - UW Stout Discovery CenterMBA Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota.
Responsible for providing leadership and direction to UW Stout’s cross-disciplinary applied research and technology transfer enterprise, including the Discovery Center.
Office: 715 232-5024 Email: email@example.com
You never know when you will run into that something or someone that helps you succeed! For further information please contact: Terry Whipple @ 608-427-2070
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Hi, I'm Terry Whipple, JCEDC Executive Director, I facilitate the Juneau County Inventors & Entrepreneurs Club meetings and also serve on their board of directors. I would like to hear from you!