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Small Business Breakthroughs

Thu 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Topic: Management/Leadership

Small Business Breakthroughs

A podcast style Q&A designed to dig into the topics that are impacting your business and keeping you up at night.

About this Event:

Join the Ohio Small Business Development Center in partnership with the Dublin Entrepreneurial Center for a podcast style Q&A designed to dig into the topics that are impacting your business and keeping you up at night.

In this edition of “Small Business Breakthroughs” we will cover how to launch a new product or invention with Product Commercialization Consultant, Jeff Shick. Jeff will discuss the steps you should take to launch and commercialize new products. The session will cover what you should consider and the steps required to go from product idea to prototype to manufacturing. We will also outline what you should know relating to intellectual property protection, such as patents and trademarks.

Featured Guest: Jeff Shick, Product Commercialization Consultant

Jeff Shick

Jeff Shick. Jeff has extensive experience as a Manufacturing Extension Partnership consultant and the previous Director of the Manufacturing SBDC at Columbus State.

Moderator: Michael Bowers, CBA, Director, Ohio SBDC at Columbus State

Michael Bowers

Michael Bowers is a business consultant and Director of the Ohio Small Business Development Center at Columbus State. Michael works closely with entrepreneurs and business owners assisting them in building their companies. He has a diverse business skill set with experience in banking, private equity, strategic planning, digital media and marketing.

Fee: No Cost

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