In this three-part workshop series with James Brown, you will learn how to conceptualize, plan, and build a prototype for your product (hardware or software) or concept. Industry experts will lead you through the process, step by step, and you will network with business owners who run fabrication labs and manufacturing facilities.
Participants who attend all three sessions (virtually OR in person) will also qualify for a $500 grant to build their own prototype!
Register today, in-person spaces, which come with a free lunch, are limited!
Learn More About James Brown
James is a Polymath (a person with wide-ranging knowledge), Polyglot (a person who knows multiple languages, in this case, computer languages), & Principal Imagineer (a person who devises and implements new or highly imaginative concepts or technologies).
James is a technology generalist with decades of senior-level industry development experience and a unique ability to bring together disparate technologies to create novel solutions to problems. A person with only a hammer in their toolbox thinks everything looks like a nail. As a generalist, he looks at things from various angles and sees more opportunities and options than a specialist.
James likes bleeding-edge development and enjoys complex problem solving, research & development, product architecture, education and mentoring, technical writing, and technology vision.
The UVU Entrepreneurship Institute empowers UVU students to start and grow their businesses through experiential opportunities, robust programming, resources and mentorship, and integration with the broader entrepreneurial ecosystem. You can learn to become a successful entrepreneur.
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