TechShop Pathway Series - The Do's & Don'ts of Producing High Quality Products

CEO of BSG, Greg Fisher, will be presenting
"The Do's and Don'ts of Producing High Quality Products"
at the Tech Shop in San Francisco
from 7-9pm on June 6th.
In this informative talk, Greg Fisher from Berkeley Sourcing Group will cover the ins and outs of design and manufacturing: from the back of the napkin to finding the right factories, the arrival of high quality products at your warehouse, and how to tie it all together with your marketing plan . Learn about:
The class is free and if you haven't checked out the Tech Shop yet, this is a fantastic opportunity to see what all the fuss is about. It's pretty awesome.
No need to RSVP, just come on down to 926 Howard St., San Francisco.
Call BSG:[masked] or visit
http://www.berkeleysg.com/company/management/

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  • Joel F.

    Greg, thanks for a really thorough and helpful talk. It provided the tools for me to move forward, so much appreciated. Sorry I had to leave immediately, but I appreciate all the candid info and answers. Would you be able to put your presentation online for download?

    June 7, 2013

    • Greg F.

      Hi Joel,

      June 7, 2013

    • Greg F.

      Can you send me your email address (you can send it to [masked]) and I will send that to you?

      June 7, 2013

  • Scott B.

    Unfortunately I came down with a bad head cold on Tuesday night, and it is unrelenting and enervating. Sorry, must change my acceptance to "not going".

    ...you wouldn't want me there, sniffing and snorting. Plus, every word spoken would bounce off my unfunctioning mind like a golf ball drive hitting a boulder. Maybe next time.

    June 6, 2013

  • Joel F.

    Hi, I'm looking forward to tonight's talk. If it's not too late to ask, I'd love to hear something about leveraging crowd-source funding to ramp-up production.

    June 6, 2013

  • Greg F.

    Hi All,

    If there are any particular questions you have, please feel free to post them here and I will try to cover them in the talk (or here if it makes more sense). Cheers,
    Greg

    May 31, 2013

    • Greg F.

      Hi Doug, it really depends on the material. Some materials like textile products can be made in small quantities down to 50 or so. Plastics often need to be at least 1k -5k due to the large amount of time it takes to put the mold on the machine and calibrate it relative to the time it takes to make the product.

      June 3, 2013

    • Doug / I.

      Thanks. You're very helpful, Greg.as my product involves plastic injection. Needed to know what would be a reasonable initial quantity.

      June 6, 2013

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