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Navigating the design to manufacture journey

Event details
Tuesday, 10 March 2020
12:15 pm – 15:45 pm
Overview
An interactive workshop exploring the challenges faced throughout the design to manufacture process.

Background

Turning an idea into a commercial product is a challenge that faces many entrepreneurs, innovators and SMEs. The design to manufacture process must be given careful consideration to ensure that development costs, timelines and expectations are managed effectively.

Navigating this process can be daunting and good communication between stakeholders is vital. By understanding what designers and manufacturers value throughout the process, it becomes easier to build good working relationships and implement processes that will reduce costly and time consuming changes further along the development timeline.

 

This workshop will provide attendees with an opportunity to hear from representatives across the design to manufacture space who will share their own perspectives on the challenges and important considerations that should inform early stage product development.

 

This will be an interactive session and significant time will be allocated for questions and discussion.

 

Topics covered will include:

• Stakeholder alignment and communication
• Design and engineering processes
• Supply management
• Design Planning Tools
• Prototype manufacture
• Managing costs
• Risk management
• Change management
• IP ownership

 

What you can expect from this workshop:

• Actionable advice for innovators and SMEs looking to embark on the design to manufacture process
• A better understanding of the key considerations and challenges affecting designers and manufactures throughout the process
• An opportunity to create new commercial partnerships

 

Who this workshop is aimed at:

• Innovators – SMEs, spin-outs, academics
• Technology providers/systems integrators
• Design consultancies
• Contract manufacturers

KTN Events and Coronavirus

While it remains safe to do so, KTN will continue to run and attend events. Responsibility for health and safety at these events is primarily held by the venues. However, KTN will work closely with all venues and partners involved to ensure that staff, speakers and delegates are protected. You will therefore be likely to see increased hand gel, tissues, wipes and masks (where appropriate) handed out at events. 
It is possible that due to an assessed risk, an event may be postponed or cancelled at short notice in order to protect the health of our attendees. Where this is the case, we will endeavour to let you know as soon as possible.
Please do not travel to events should you feel unwell, and please follow the published Public Health England advice, which you can find here.

 

Follow the link below for the full event agenda and registration.

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