We are pleased to announce a new series of LIVE Google+ Hangouts on Air! HARDWARE HANGOUT with ADAFRUIT 11/12 at 7pm ET – our first special guest is Marc Barros! These chats are with entrepreneur, hardware engineer and founder Ladyada from Adafruit along with members of her team and a guest talking about Maker Businesses, specifically hardware businesses! Tune in, ask questions and learn from experts in the hardware industry.
Here is the Google+ event, we’ll see you LIVE on 11/12 at 7pm ET!
Marc has a hardware workshop coming up – Hardware Workshop – Helping hardware founders build better companies – November 22nd-23rd – Astro Studios, San Francisco. The workshop is a two day event for founders of hardware startups to help you learn how to get from an idea to market fit. The curriculum is broken up into a series of 60 minute sessions, taught by experienced hardware startup operators. This workshop goes beyond “how to crowdfund an MVP” to provide lessons applicable in building a successful hardware startup. We hope you leave the workshop with a deeper understanding of what it takes to turn your idea into a successful company.
Marc also wrote this articles for makers (or anyone) looking to get in to hardware – How To Build A Hardware Startup – A complete guide from idea to market fit by Marc Barros. All on the Adafruit Learning System.
Know Your Why
Have A Purpose
Picking Your Co-Founders
Finding The Right Market
Minimal Viable Product
Pricing Your Product
Creating Your Brand
Picking A Brand Name
Picking The Right Supplier
Deciding to Crowdfund
Life After Crowdfunding
Building Retail Distribution
The Cost of Retail
Building Brand Awareness
Poor Quality Will Kill You
Hardware Startup Metrics
Have an amazing project to share? Join the SHOW-AND-TELL every Wednesday night at 7:30pm ET on Google+ Hangouts.
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