Overview

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It’s not unusual to turn a hobby into a business, and that includes crafting. If you have ever thought about selling your crafts or turning your crafting into a part-time or full-time business, this is the meetup for you.

We are bringing makers of all levels together to learn new tips, hear from successful creatives and get inspired.

This is the perfect way to meet other local Makers to trade ideas and show off your Creations! Craft makers of all types are welcome!

Our September meeting will feature a special guest speaker, Mike Bell of Synbyo.

Topics we'll cover:

How Mike got into manufacturing;
- Regional resources and ecosystem;
- Best practices to go from idea > prototype > production;
- What Synbyo is and how people can engage;
- Tips for people looking to prototype or manufacture a product,
- Tips for people looking to enter a career in manufacturing.
- Questions from audience

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About Mike:
Since graduating from the Mechanical Engineering program at Sacramento State in 2010, Mike has worked as an engineer for two local companies; Poolmaster and Guided Wave. In 2018, he took on a role for the California Community College system to connect local industry partners with the education communities. During his entire professional career, Mike was moonlighting as an instructor for Sacramento State and Sierra College. Ever since his time in school, Mike knew the value of networking and has volunteered in a leadership role for various professional organizations. The culmination of his industry, education, and networking experience led Mike to create a startup called Synbyo. It's a company that specializes in providing customized solutions by leveraging a network of partners and readily available resources. The current type of solutions include Workforce Development, Prototype Manufacturing, and Smart Manufacturing.

Note: this session will be recorded on Zoom and hosted on our youtube.

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