• Coffee on Us: E-Commerce

    1/20/2022 10:00:00 AM

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    Connect virtually with our mentors over a cup of coffee—on us! For the month of January, the hour-long session will address some major concerns in establishing e-commerce platforms, how to manage logistics within these platforms, and more. Experts include Boston Beer Co's Ethelbert Williams, and ResMed's James Waring. Bring your thoughts and questions!

  • Product Safety and Certification

    1/20/2022 1:30:00 PM

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    Safety is the most important step in the product development process. Delivering products that don’t meet safety standards can kill your business. In this workshop, you'll learn how to build a product that meets all safety certifications.

  • Packaging Design

    1/24/2022 10:00:00 AM

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    Catch your customer’s eye with a product that jumps off the shelf and into their heart. Packaging is essential to ensure that your product is safely transported. Learn how to design a package that embodies your brand through our class on packaging design. Led by Jorge Mascort of Chamberlain, you'll learn how to cradle your product in both a functional and aesthetic package.

  • Project Management for Hardware Product Development

    1/31/2022 3:00:00 PM

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    The first in the "mHUB Hardware Product Development Fundamentals" Curriculum, this class covers an overview of General Project Management by explaining two different frameworks that have been successfully deployed across many industries: Traditional “Phase-Gate” and the more versatile “Agile”. Taught by Jim Shaw, you will walk away from this class with a much better understanding of how to manage your team and tasks, and a framework to launch your product to market on time and on budget.

  • Member Ideation Session: MicronMask

    2/2/2022 2:00:00 PM

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    Join your fellow mHUB community members to brainstorm ideas, generate solutions to a problem, and provide feedback on fellow member company, MicronMask, whose product is still in development. Virtual and in-person, in person spaces very limited.

  • Mastering your Market: Market Research and Customer Discovery

    2/16/2022 3:00:00 PM

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    Understanding your market and your customer is vital to securing your company’s competitive edge. Led by Patrick Donohue of Snapon, this class will explain the importance of market research/industry analysis and how they can inform your product development and cover best practices for outsourced and DIY’d research. Then, the conversation will shift to customer discovery and how to find and secure customer validation.

  • Mastering your Market: Market Research and Customer Discovery

    2/16/2022 3:00:00 PM

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    Understanding your market and your customer is vital to securing your company’s competitive edge. Led by Patrick Donohue of Kemkrest this class will explain the importance of market research/industry analysis and how they can inform your product development and cover best practices for outsourced and DIY’d research. Then, the conversation will shift to customer discovery and how to find and secure customer validation.

  • Design Frameworks for Hardware Product Development

    2/23/2022 2:00:00 PM

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    No matter how complex, hardware products must be properly planned out before the thoroughly detailed design begins. Failure to do so could result in wasted time, scrapped prototypes, and overly expensive designs iterations. This class will focus on two main frameworks for Hardware Design: Systems Design and Design Thinking. Taught by Jim Shaw of Fastway Engineering, you will have a better idea of exactly which features to invest your time (and money) in when designing your next product.

  • Design for Prototyping: Form, Fit, Function and Fabricate

    3/23/2022 2:00:00 PM

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    In this class, we will cover the process of converting ideas into reality using Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Software, 3D Printing, CNC Machining, “Plug-n-Play” Electronics kits, and everything else needed to have “prototypes in hand”. We will discuss various ways to design and prototype using popular materials like Wood, Plastic, Steel, and Aluminum. The class will wrap up with an overview of the “state of the union” in regards to digital prototyping technologies for today and tomorrow.

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