Vancouver Hardware Meetup (http://vancouverhardwaremeetup.com/) is a forum for local hardware developers, product developers, engineers, makers, entrepreneurs, and funding angels. We are looking to pull together minds from all corners of the hardware development community in Vancouver to help connect makers to funders.
As of 2020, we've moved to a virtual format for all of our events, allowing us to connect to a wider network of experts from all over North America (and the world!).
Vancouver Hardware Meetup is organized by MistyWest (https://www.mistywest.com/), a product development consultancy in Vancouver focused on developing novel technologies for positive impact.
If you are interested in speaking at, hosting or sponsoring a meetup, please reach out to organizer Madison Hope Reid at email@example.com. Previous event topics have included Demystifying Space Exploration, Women In Hardware, Technology for Conservation, and The Dark Side of Tech, to name a few.
Code of Conduct: MistyWest is committed to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone at our events, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age or religion. Harassment of event attendees or event organizers will not be tolerated, and anyone in attendance violating these rules may be asked to leave the event (and comply immediately) at the discretion of the organizers.
Please note that our events are photographed/filmed for future Vancouver Hardware Meetup marketing purposes.
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Moderated by Allison Fonder, Senior Producer at Core77
OLEHA RIDEN, Principal at MistyWest
Oleha studied Environmental Science at the University of Ottawa and has a decade of experience in corporate, government, and start-up environments. She is an avid cyclist and draws inspiration from the nature of the west coast, driving her passion for technology focused sustainable design. Oleha thrives in a fast paced environment and enjoys enabling and connecting engineers, designers and collaborators. She is responsible for strategic execution of capital projects to develop the capabilities of MistyWest.