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Hardware Workshop – New York

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Hardware Workshop in NY! Only 50 spots available.

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.

WHEN?
Friday, December 6th – Saturday, December 7th.

Doors open at 9:00am
Sessions run every hour (except for lunch) from 10am – 5pm.
Followed by Happy Hour

WHERE?
R/GA – 350 W 39th St, New York, NY

COST?
$100.00

WHAT WILL I LEARN?
Lots. We will have 12 different 60 minute sections, taught be experienced operators. The topics will cover some of the following:

  • Understanding customer needs
  • Defining your brand
  • Prototyping ugly, early
  • Refining to an MVP
  • Building a team
  • Raising capital
  • Picking the right supplier
  • Made in America
  • Building great software with hardware
  • The right roadmap
  • Creating a platform

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