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Mike Geyer of Fictiv, Edson Greenwood of Anvy, and Max Klein of Arrow led a recent M-Corps workshop at Columbia’s PowerBridgeNY. Read the key takeaways to gain a deep understanding of how to select, negotiate with an onboard CMs.
On April 3, SecondMuse hosted the Risk Management & Assembly Workshop with guest speaker Michael Fornasiero of Empire State Development at CEBIP in Stony Brook, Long Island. In framing risk management, Michael focused the content of the workshop on Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA) methodology.
On Wednesday, March 6th, the SecondMuse team brought together startups from its two NYC-based manufacturing programs – Futureworks Incubator and M-Corps – for another session in the M-Corps workshop series. Hosted by M-Corps partner New Lab in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, this workshop focused on Quality Assurance (QA).
In January, SecondMuse continued its newest series of hardware startup support. This session focused on Supply Chain Strategy at New Lab in Brooklyn Navy Yard. NYCEDC’s Stacey Weismiller and Inventaprint’s Rich Mokuolu lead attendees through an essential presentation on sourcing and production.
In January, M-Corps launched the first manufacturing workshop in a series that will stretch into 2020. At Urban Future Lab, we kicked off with Manufacturing 101: Talking to Manufacturers, a panel discussion with local experts and moderated by SecondMuse Senior Director Katey Metzroth.
On Day 3 of onboarding, at Pratt Institute’s BF+DA, we dug into the manufacturing tools available to help startups level up from prototype to production. These included a Manufacturing Readiness Level (MRL) assessment and SecondMuse’s Production Scale Up Roadmap (PSR).
Founders are living and breathing the manufacturing resurgence so they reshape the narrative and provide knowledge based on real-time experience. Take money off the table and fill a room with peers, and the narrative changes immediately.