Thursday, January 22nd, 2015
2PM – 3PM EST | 11AM – 12PM PST
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3D printing is at the front lines when it comes to the future of business technology. In this dynamic webinar, two industry experts will engage in a lively discussion of what 3D printing can do for your business. Marketing expert Bruce Bradshaw joins from Stratasys, the number one 3D printing manufacture in the world, to chat with Dr. Kevin Dowling, the lead engineer at 4Moms, a company dedicated to making innovative baby products. Tune in to gain essential information on how to strengthen, modernize and accelerate your business through 3D printing.
In this Inc. webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to accelerate product development with 3D printers
- The need for dedicated 3D printing resources
- About capabilities of 3D printed materials
Bruce Bradshaw, Vice President of Marketing, North America, Stratasys
Bruce leads Stratasys Marketing efforts in North America. His experience in product marketing, product management, communication and messaging have helped position Stratasys as the leading 3D printer solution in the additive manufacturing market. Bruce is often an author of articles in leading industry publications such as Desktop Engineering,Product Development and Design World and is often a featured speaker at events such as SME, PTC Live, SolidWorks World and more. He brings more than 20 years’ experience of knowledge and expertise in technology, marketing and over positioning for organizations such as Stratasys.
Dr. Kevin Dowling, Vice President of Engineering, 4Moms
Dr. Dowling is the VP of Engineering for 4moms, a fast-growing Pittsburgh-based company that develops and markets advanced high-tech juvenile products.
When previously serving the role of Vice-President of Research and Development at Cambridge-based MC10, Dr. Dowling was responsible for driving MC10’s high-performance stretchable electronics technology into products and applications. He built and led the engineering team, including supply chain and advanced technologies and led MC10’s IP activities.
Before MC10, Dr. Dowling was Vice President of Strategic Technologies for Philips Color Kinetics. He joined start-up Color Kinetics as Head of Engineering, leading a team through the design and development of many of Color Kinetics’ most innovative and successful lighting and control products and a member of the senior management team as CK transitioned through an IPO in 2004 and acquisition by Philips in 2007 for $800M.
Prior to Color Kinetics, Dr. Dowling was Chief Robotics Engineer for PRI Automation, the leader in advanced factory automation systems and software for the semiconductor industry. Dr. Dowling has more than 20 years of experience in advanced robotics engineering as a Research Engineer and Scientist at the Field Robotics Center of Carnegie Mellon University, where his projects included mobile robots for NASA and other organizations.
Dr. Dowling has over 65 issued US Patents. He received his BS in Mathematics, and MS and PhD degrees in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University where he served on the Alumni Board and is now on the School of Computer Science alumni board. He has consulted for Apple, Chiron, Shell Oil, Caterpillar, and also has served on multiple Boards of Directors and advisory boards for both for-profit and non-profit companies.
Russ Banham, Journalist
Russ Banham is a Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist, author of twenty-three books, and experienced public speaker. His various books have led to several television appearances, including The Today Show and A&E Biography. Since the 1970s, Mr. Banham has written more than 3,000 articles for dozens of U.S. and foreign publications, including Forbes, CFO, The Economist, Wall Street Journal, Time, Financial Times, The Atlantic, Euromoney, Chief Executive, Global Finance, Venture, Inc., U.S. News and World Report, and the Journal of Accountancy, among others. He cut his teeth in the late-1970s as a reporter and editor at The Journal of Commerce, a New York-based Knight-Ridder daily business newspaper that nominated him for a Pulitzer Prize in 1987, honoring a series of articles he wrote about the “bugged” U.S. Embassy in Moscow. His diverse writing also includes six film documentaries, including a televised history of Coors; hundreds of ghostwritten articles and speeches for leading business executives; several biographies of influential business leaders; Web site content for many consulting companies; reams of advertising copy, corporate annual reports and marketing brochures; and myriad white papers.