PEKO will be hosting a 3-part webinar series that will cover best practices for bringing your renewable energy technology and equipment to market and provide insider tips from a contract manufacturer for successful commercialization.
The discussion will be broken up into three sessions over 6 weeks. Each session will cover a different phase of the product lifecycle, from innovation to preparation and replication.
The goal of this webinar series is to help grow your knowledge and answer your most dire questions about the manufacturing process.
Session #1: Innovation
Date: November 4 from 10 – 11AM
Topic: Discussing the early product development lifecycle challenges from prototype to pilot
Session #2: Preparation
Date: November 18 from 10 – 11AM
Topic: What it takes to get ready for hardware manufacturing at production scale volumes
Session #3: Replication
Date: December 2 from 10 – 11AM
Topic: What to expect at steady state production
Mark Frosino, Sales & NPI Project Manager | LinkedIn
Mark has spent his nearly 20 years at PEKO in the New Product Introduction (NPI) group. Over that time, he has grown in a variety of roles as a Mechanical Engineer, Project Manager, Quote and Proposal Development, and overseeing the NPI Project Managers. His primary focus is on the early-stage engagement of new customers to ensure that PEKO properly supports the development and growth of their products and processes. Nurturing early-stage innovation to a point that it can be successfully transitioned to PEKO’s production team for consistent, repeatable builds is a key focus for Mark on a daily basis.
Scott Baxter, Sales & Marketing Manager | LinkedIn
Scott has spent his engineering career at PEKO since 2008. Recently, his attention has been drawn to the needs of budding hardware innovators. One of his latest passions is to educate today’s leading climate entrepreneurs on the exciting journey of manufacturing. When he’s not helping innovators get their equipment to market, he’s spending time outdoors with his wife and three children.