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Friday, September 12 • 10:30am - 11:30am
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Session Description: The Maker Transformation: How to Change Your World (and Others) in 90 Days ... or Less: TechShop founder and chairman Jim Newton and TechShop CEO Mark Hatch will share how members acquire the critical skills they need to take an idea from concept to product and create world changing technologies – and how they undergo a radical transformation in the process. Learn how everyday people have become makers, entrepreneurs and leaders by mastering tools that enabled them to develop products that launched new businesses and went to market in under 90 days. After the discussion and Q&A, attendees will participate in a guided tour of TechShop.

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Friday September 12, 2014 10:30am - 11:30am
TechShop San Francisco 926 Howard St, San Francisco, CA, 94013
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  • Company Description TechShop is a membership-based, DIY workshop and fabrication studio that provides access to a highly creative, collaborative community of makers, tinkerers, students, academics and entrepreneurs—and more than $1 million worth of machines, tools and software for design and prototyping. In short, we’re a playground for creativity and a platform for innovation. TechShop’s mission is to democratize access to the tools of innovation. We provide a transformational experience that fosters innovation and creativity for our members and local communities. We attract a diverse, interdisciplinary, intergenerational and highly creative membership, resulting in a hub of collaborative innovation for communities and universities. TechShop works best with a consortium of higher education institutions, private companies, and public and non-profit entities.