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Foolproof Ways to Develop Your Next Product
Thu, April 13, 2017, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT
About the Workshop
For most small businesses, product development happens organically or by accident. The product now being sold has been something the owner has nurtured and developed over the years from an idea into something to sell for a profit. The challenge arises when the NEXT product needs development or the current product needs to be updated. With a business to run, there is not enough time to devote to this development.
The entrepreneur and her/his team must be efficient and systematic so as to use their time wisely to get their product to market as complete as possible as quickly as possible. This seminar will show you several different methods to use and some to avoid. Make sure your customers see your next exciting product or product update as soon as possible so that you can reap the rewards through sales!
About The Instructor
Wink was born and raised in the Monadnock Region, returning to raise his own family. After 16 years at Markem Corporation, Wink founded and co-owned the North American sales and service offices of Logopak Corp., the highly respected German manufacturer of industrial packaging equipment. He took Logopak from an unknown brand in North America to being the respected quality leader in the market. He has a proven record of implementing systems that improve profit and reduce costs. As a coach for Advicoach, he brings his many years of experience and expertise with business development, marketing and business analysis to the business owners of NH and beyond.
Wink is quite involved within the community through organizations such as Monadnock United Way, The Rotary Club of Keene, Pathways for Keene and The Monadnock Conservancy. He holds an MBA in Marketing from The Johnson School, Cornell University and a Bachelor of Arts in German Studies from Vassar College.
The Hannah Grimes Center maintains a Scholarship Fund to ensure that all entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders can access our programs. The Scholarship Fund is made possible by the Hoffman Family Foundation and Live Free and Start, who we thank for their support. A portion of all workshop fees is also put back into the Scholarship Fund.
Please contact the Hannah Grimes Center staff to apply for a scholarship for any of our programs.