IEEE SCV Startup Special Interest Group invites you to a presentation by Michael Keer: 8 Best Practices of Product Realization – A short Course by Michael Keer
Date: Thursday, May 27
Time: 12noon – 1:30PM PST
Format: Online via Zoom. Zoom link will be send out after registration
Moving your products from idea to scale is not easy. Without the right strategies in place, your business may encounter significant challenges in making the transformation from prototype to volume manufacturing. Learn the 8 Best Practices of Product Realization to successfully launch your product into the market.
In this workshop, learn the critical warning signs of an unsuccessful product launch and 8 Best Practices for developing and successfully launching your product into the market. Michael Keer, Founder and Managing Partner of Product Realization Group (PRG), will share his 30+ years of expertise in new product development and introduction bringing over 100 products to market. His insights will help you better understand your product profile / minimum viable product, agile hardware development, how to build a resilient supply chain and make better strategic risk assessments that will get your product to market faster.
Michael Keer, Founder and Managing Partner of Product Realization Group, has over 30 years of experience bringing high tech electronic products to market. Prior to PRG, Michael held Engineering and Management positions at both OEM and CMs such as NCR, Ericsson, SemiPower Systems and Paramit EMS, where he participated directly in the introduction of over 100 new products. Michael received a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and M.S. in Manufacturing Engineering from Northwestern University.
About Product Realization Group
Product Realization Group guides the world’s most innovative companies to accelerate delivery of their products, from concept to full market scale. The company does this through a team of seasoned hands-on experts, proven methodologies and trusted partners. Its clients include clean technology, medical device, industrial, consumer electronics, and high technology start-ups, SMBs, and large companies.