By: Buffalo Manufacturing Works Team | October 11th, 2017

On October 6th, EWI introduced the Department of Energy’s new “Build4Scale Manufacturing Entrepreneur Training” (Build4Scale) to a group of  business, academic and government representatives. The 4-hour training session took place at the EWI facility in Loveland, Colorado, and coinciding with Manufacturing Day 2017 events taking place throughout the country.

Build4Scale-Presentation-EWI-CO 2 100617The Build4Scale program includes training content and tools for self-guided online learning or classroom-style instruction.  It is designed to assist engineering startups advabce their concepts from prototypes to mass-produced products. The modules help prioritize and tackle manufacturing-related planning and execution challenges to avoid costly scale-up mistakes that can hinder success.  Build4Scale is sponsored by the Department of Energy, led by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories, and developed by a broad team, including EWI which created several of the key modules.

Front of building 4.jpgInterested in learning more about Build4Scale? The training content and self-paced business assessment can be found at build4scale.org/

For additional information, contact Barry Phillips, EWI Senior Product Manager, at bphillips@ewi.org.

 

 

 

 

 

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