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Hi this is Scott Tarcy and welcome to the Engineering Entrepreneur PodcastI’m a mechanical engineer and the president of CADdesignhelp.com. My company does CAD work and prototyping. I love designing and inventing products and creating businesses around that activity.There are many podcasts out there about entrepreneurship and a few about inventing, but I have yet to find a podcast specifically about the engineering and technical side of entrepreneurshipSince I couldn’t find the exact podcast that interests me as a design engineer and entrepreneur, I decided to go out and create it myselfMy strategy with this podcast is to interview engineers, designers and inventors who have created businesses around their inventions and productsI specifically want to focus on the engineering and design side of their products and inventions

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Hi this is Scott Tarcy and welcome to the Engineering Entrepreneur PodcastI’m a mechanical engineer and the president of CADdesignhelp.com. My company does CAD work and prototyping. I love designing and inventing products and creating businesses around that activity.There are many podcasts out there about entrepreneurship and a few about inventing, but I have yet to find a podcast specifically about the engineering and technical side of entrepreneurshipSince I couldn’t find the exact podcast that interests me as a design engineer and entrepreneur, I decided to go out and create it myselfMy strategy with this podcast is to interview engineers, designers and inventors who have created businesses around their inventions and productsI specifically want to focus on the engineering and design side of their products and inventions

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Perfect for SolidWorks Inventors

By Rafael Testai - Jul 13 2019
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This is the perfect podcast for an inventor proficient in SolidWorks like me. Scott asks the right questions at the right time, with the perfect balance of talking to listening ratio.

Good stuff. Thanks guys.

By Julian @ Blackened Industries - Jul 10 2017
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Very informative. Keep it going.

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27 Ratings
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25
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Perfect for SolidWorks Inventors

By Rafael Testai - Jul 13 2019
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This is the perfect podcast for an inventor proficient in SolidWorks like me. Scott asks the right questions at the right time, with the perfect balance of talking to listening ratio.

Good stuff. Thanks guys.

By Julian @ Blackened Industries - Jul 10 2017
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Very informative. Keep it going.
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The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast

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Hi this is Scott Tarcy and welcome to the Engineering Entrepreneur PodcastI’m a mechanical engineer and the president of CADdesignhelp.com. My company does CAD work and prototyping. I love designing and inventing products and creating businesses around that activity.There are many podcasts out there about entrepreneurship and a few about inventing, but I have yet to find a podcast specifically about the engineering and technical side of entrepreneurshipSince I couldn’t find the exact podcast that interests me as a design engineer and entrepreneur, I decided to go out and create it myselfMy strategy with this podcast is to interview engineers, designers and inventors who have created businesses around their inventions and productsI specifically want to focus on the engineering and design side of their products and inventions

Rank #1: Million Dollar Side Hustle with a Full Time Engineering Role – Tony Whatley – Ep49

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Million Dollar Side Hustle with a Full Time Engineering Role – Tony Whatley – Ep49

Tony Whatley is a mechanical engineer from Houston, Texas. He is also a serial entrepreneur.

Since he was 18 years old, he has worked in the oil and gas industry. He started out as a pipe fitter. He earned his college degree while working full time in the oil and gas industry.

Tony has worked his way up into a project management role. But during all of this, he always had a side hustle. His most successful side hustle was a website about cars, specifically GM aftermarket parts. The site had so many visits that it was generating $400,000 a year in recurring revenue. He sold that website in 2006 for over $1 million.

Tony gives some great tips about taking your dream and making it a reality. He is moving into consulting to help other people achieve success like him.

You can contact Tony at 365driven.com.

Jan 29 2018

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Rank #2: The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast - Justin Shook - Changing the world with 3D Printing. EEP podcast 3

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Justin Shook is the founder of shookideas.com. His company manufactures products for others as well as products his company has designed. He is a firm believer in the power of 3D printing and all of his products are 3D printed. He currently has a lineup of Ultimakers and a Form Labs  SLA printer.

We talk about how Justin started in 3D printing, how he has come up with unique products made with 3D printing, how not all products have worked out and his advice for other entrepreneurs who want to get into designing and selling products.

My key takeaways:

  1. 3D printing is changing the world with manufacturing. Look at his Nintendo game case as an example. If you want to purchase a case, go here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ShookIdeas?ref=search_shop_redirect
  2. Not all products will be a big hit nor will they all go the way you planned. Justin explained that one of his products flopped, despite testing on his end.
  3. Be in business to be the best you can be at providing that product or service. Don’t simply be the least expensive.

You can contact Justin via email at Justin@shookideas.com and see his work at shookideas.com

Aug 22 2016

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Rank #3: Lean Manufacturing and Lean Startups – Jason Burt – Ep60

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Lean Manufacturing and Lean Startups – Jason Burt – Ep60

Jason Burt is the owner of Evolve Holdings, which is a consultancy that focuses on teaching and applying the principles of Lean Manufacturing.

Lean Manufacturing started off as the Toyota production system and centers around a continuous improvement culture and taking waste out of the manufacturing process. The first half of our conversation is about lean manufacturing and some examples.

The second half of our talk is about the lean startup philosophy. The lean startup is about not wasting time adding features to a product without first testing to see if anyone wants those features. What you want to do is create a MVP (minimum viable product) and test with customers before putting more work into it. And when you get feedback from customers, you want to revise the product accordingly and test again.

This is where 3D printing can be helpful, as it is very cost effective to edit and create a new version of a product.

Contact info

Linkedin profile

Website ehiipconsulting.com/engineeringentrepreneur

Oct 26 2018

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Rank #4: From Aerospace Engineer to Entrepreneur– Amy Simpkins – Ep62

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From Aerospace Engineer to Entrepreneur– Amy Simpkins – Ep62

Amy Simpkins is a speaker, author, and thought leader in innovation and the CEO of renewable energy startup, muGrid Analytics. She's an MIT-trained aerospace engineer who caught the entrepreneurship bug and loves facilitating massive leaps forward for individuals and organizations.  She's recently published her book, Spiral: A Catalyst for Innovation and Expansion and believes that innovation is for everyone and holds the key to both personal fulfillment and lasting global change.

We discuss Amy’s journey from her days as an engineer with Lockheed Martin to her current role as CEO of muGrid.

At Lockheed, Amy worked on projects like low earth orbit satellites and acoustic vibration issues in astronauts’ ears.

Amy wanted to move into entrepreneurship, so she left Lockheed. She had a few failures, as most entrepreneurs do when they first get started. But now she has a book published and is successfully running muGrid Analytics.

MuGrid is a renewable energy business that creates custom energy storage solutions for private companies and municipalities.

You can contact Amy at:

www.Amysimpkins.com

www.mugrid.com

TheSpiralBook.com

This week’s show is sponsored by Gusto

Everyone loves payday, especially engineers. But loving a payroll provider? That’s a little weird. Still, small businesses across the country love running payroll with Gusto. Gusto automatically files and pays your taxes, it’s super easy to use, and you can add benefits and HR support to help take care of your engineering team and keep your business safe. It’s loyal, it’s modern — you might fall in love yourself.  Listeners get three months free when they run their first payroll. Try a demo and test it out at gusto.com/ee. That’s gusto.com/ee

Jan 04 2019

38mins

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Rank #5: Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) – John Laslavic– Ep64

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Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) – John Laslavic– Ep64

If you are an engineer at a mid to large company, you are well aware what PLM is. But if not, hopefully this episode will teach you a few things.

Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is how companies organize the process of creating and modifying products. Traditionally this applied to just the CAD data itself. This is important because if multiple engineers are working on a file, the system will keep the data organized so that everyone knows what the latest revision is and the status of the project (is the CAD in process, under review, or ready for tooling, and so on).

John is the CEO and founder of Upchain.com. Upchain is changing PLM by organizing the entire supply chain, not just the CAD data. This makes the entire product management smoother. After the CAD is done, other departments still have work to do like getting quotes for tooling. Upchain organizes this process.

Contact info

http://www.upchain.com

Mar 01 2019

37mins

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Rank #6: The Million Dollar Collar Invention – Rob Kessler – Ep51

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The Million Dollar Collar Invention – Rob Kessler – Ep51

Five years ago (2013) Rob was getting married in Jamaica. Everything went well except when Rob saw his wedding photos, he was shocked. His shirt collar was a sloppy, droopy mess. He does not like wearing ties, so he started looking for another solution.

He searched online but every existing product was a collar stay and that just didn’t work. He set out to make his own solution. His first prototype was made from a cardboard box.

He spent years developing the design, especially the material. One major challenge was he needed to find a plastic that could withstand dry cleaning machine temperatures (up to 700F).

We discuss his journey. He had a failed Kickstarter, he tried different marketing methods, and we talk about the patent process for him. If you are an inventor, this is an invaluable episode for you to check out, as Rob went through EVERYTHING to get his product to market.

You can contact Rob at rob@milliondollarcollar.com

Website: https://milliondollarcollar.com/

The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast is produced by Scott Tarcy, President of CADdesignhelp.com. You can reach me at info@caddesignhelp.com

Feb 21 2018

36mins

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Rank #7: How Does 3D Scanning Really Work? – Matt Holling – Ep53

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How Does 3D Scanning Really Work? – Matt Holling – Ep53

Matt Holling is the engineering manager at Dezignworks. His company specializes in reverse engineering using both laser scanning and bridge CMM. If you don’t know what that is, listen to the podcast, we go over it.

Matt and I have done a lot of work together. While there are many ways to reverse engineer a part, laser scanning is becoming one of the most popular ways and I am often having him do this for me. Once I have the model, I can make edits to the model (add holes, threads, mirror the part, etc).

One major misconception about 3D scanning is that you simply scan a part and instantly have a usable CAD file. The reality is far from this, as the scanner itself only creates a point cloud file. We go over ALL the steps needed to go from the scan, to an STL file, and finally to a fully defined Solidworks file. His company has created a proprietary Solidworks add in to do this work, and the software is impressive (the software also works on Autodesk products).

You can contact Matt at:

sales@dezignworks.com

website: Dezignworks

The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast is produced by Scott Tarcy, President of CADdesignhelp.com. You can reach me at info@caddesignhelp.com

Mar 29 2018

33mins

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Rank #8: The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast - Iain Power - Collaboration and Using Social Media is Key to Success. EEP podcast 4

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Iain Power is a mechanical engineer with 20 years of experience in design engineering and entrepreneurship. He has worked in aerospace and automotive industries with experience designing plastic and metal parts.

We talk about how Iain got started in design, how he has expanded into freelancing and his best design to date which you affects your everyday but you probably have never even noticed it! Oh and it also helps the environment.

My key takeaways:

  1. Be hands on and get to know the people who manufacture, and know the processes
  2. Be willing to go the extra mile to get things done
  3. Collaborate with people, don’t compete
  4. Use social media – people won’t buy from you if they don’t know you

To get in touch with Iain

@Iainspower on twitter, periscope

Iain Power design facebook page

Email: iainspower@gmail.com

Aug 29 2016

17mins

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Rank #9: The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast -Joe Moya - Creating the Hilljak Brand (3D printed firearm magazine loaders). EEP podcast 8

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Joe Moya is an industrial designer by degree and is now a business owner. He runs Studio Moya, which is a full service product design firm based out of Columbus Ohio.

He also has created the Hilljak brand, which is a performance magazine loader.

We discuss Joe’s journey to where he is today as well has how he invented the Hilljak line of products.

Anyone who is interested to learn how to successfully launch a brand (which is more than just a product) needs to hear this podcast! I learned quite a bit in my discussion with Joe.

Key takeaways

  1. Before selling a product, it is a good idea to create a brand first. This is something I could do better. You need to create a logo and package to go with the product to create the brand.
  2. I like Joe’s tip to always stay hungry. Just looking at his story, you can see never gave up despite being laid off 3 different times
  3. Lastly, keep your eye open for opportunities. Joe has created a very successful “passive” income source by solving the problem of reloading firearm magazines. Solving your own problem can often lead to a successful business.

To get in touch with Joe

joe@studiomoyadesign.com

joemoya@hilljak.com

Sep 26 2016

38mins

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Rank #10: From Business Major to Product Designer - Derek Timm - The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast 9

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Derek Timm graduated college with a degree in business. After college, he took a job as a paper pusher (his words) and was able to transition into a product designer/CAD position. He found his passion in design and his experience and expertise has grown since. He even started his own side business.

We discuss Derek’s path so far, some projects we have done together, and where he is headed with his new company.

Key takeaways

  1. Don’t get caught up in your degree or what you are currently doing now. If there is another field or area of work you want to try, you need to go for it. You might just find it is exactly what you want to do
  2. Consider taking an equity stake in your project if you think it is a good idea. This makes it easier than hustling for jobs constantly

To get in touch with Derek,

Derek’s site: Rapid3Ddesigns.com

Full time job: Eventys and Edision Nation

Oct 03 2016

19mins

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Rank #11: 3D Printing Advice from a Formlabs Engineer - Andrew Edman – Ep68

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3D Printing Advice from a Formlabs Engineer - Andrew Edman – Ep68

Andrew Edman is an Industry Manager for product design, engineering, and manufacturing at Formlabs.

He previously owned his own design company where he met the founders of Formlabs early on.

Andrew looks for use cases for 3D printing. One such example is at Ashley Home Furniture. He found uses such as using a 3D printed fixture that weighs much less and is faster to change over compared to their traditional machined fixture.

If you own a Formlabs machine, this podcast would also give you some inside info on some of the materials. We discuss specific use cases for the various materials.

Another part of our discussion was how to make silicone parts. Andrew used to work at Reynolds Advanced Materials., which is a company that makes silicone material. Typically, I will 3D print a mold and use that to form the silicone part.

Contact info:

Email edman@formlabs.com

Linked profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-edman-5434a621/

The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast is produced by Scott Tarcy, President of CADdesignhelp.com. You can reach me at info@caddesignhelp.com

Follow me on Twitter/Instagram @caddesignhelp

This week’s show is sponsored by Gusto

Everyone loves payday, especially engineers. But loving a payroll provider? That’s a little weird. Still, small businesses across the country love running payroll with Gusto. Gusto automatically files and pays your taxes, it’s super easy to use, and you can add benefits and HR support to help take care of your engineering team and keep your business safe. It’s loyal, it’s modern — you might fall in love yourself.  Listeners get three months free when they run their first payroll. Try a demo and test it out at gusto.com/ee. That’s gusto.com/ee

Jul 01 2019

52mins

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Rank #12: All about Drones – Johnny McLendon – Ep48

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All about Drones – Johnny McLendon – Ep48

Johnny McLendon is a Photographer and Certified Drone Pilot. He uses a Phantom 4 Pro.

He uses his drone for creating maps and videos for large industrial facilities.

We discuss the technical aspects of drones. I don’t personally own one, but I have some friends that do, and I have seen them in action. I’m impressed with how stable the video is and how they can float in one place. One interesting fact I didn’t know: Drones needs GPS to maintain location. If GPS is unavailable (like when flying inside), you will need to manually maintain the position.

We also tie in 3D printing to the conversation. Johnny can create 3D contour maps from the data the drone collects. This can be used to 3D print a scale model of the land.

To contact Johnny:

Website: https://johnnymclendon.com

Email: info@johnnymclendon.com

The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast is produced by Scott Tarcy, President of CADdesignhelp.com. You can reach me at info@caddesignhelp.com

Dec 26 2017

31mins

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Rank #13: Innovation Freak Podcast – Nathan Kemmerer – Ep55

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Innovation Freak Podcast – Nathan Kemmerer – Ep55

It’s not often the title of my podcast is about another podcast, but that is the case this week.

Nathan Kemmerer (also a mechanical engineer like me) runs the Innovation Freak Podcast, which is a podcast that covers new innovation/technology around the world that has a positive impact.

Some of his episodes cover topics such as:

  1. Trash collection machine in the Baltimore bay
  2. Open sourced 3D printed prosthetic hands
  3. Airwolf 3D printers

Nathan also has some 3D printers of his own that we discuss, including the CR-10 and Tevo Tarantula.

You can contact Nathan at:

natek@innovationfreak.com

http://innovationfreak.com/

The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast is produced by Scott Tarcy, President of CADdesignhelp.com. You can reach me at info@caddesignhelp.com

Jun 11 2018

29mins

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Rank #14: 3D Printing for Investment Casting - Jerry Lepore – Ep43

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3D Printing for Investment Casting - Jerry Lepore – Ep43

This week we have Jerry Lepore. He is the CEO of Spectra3D, which is a 3D focused development company located in Asheville North Carolina (my home state).

Spectra3D specializes in 3D printed investment casting patterns and tooling, as well as Cosplay props & more. They use Stacker and Fusion3 Design 3D printers.

Some topics discussed include:

  1. How 3D printing for Investment Casting works. 3D printing is using a new technology to improve the process of an ancient technology like investment casting
  2. His largest ever print job (1800 pieces and it took a month to complete, running nonstop)
  3. 3D printed 5 foot cos play axe

His top tips for the Engineering Entrepreneurs?

1.       Get a 3d printer and try things

2.       Take your hobby and turn into a business

To contact Jerry

1.       Follow on twitter: @spectra3Dtech

2.       Spectra3D.com

The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast is produced by Scott Tarcy, President of CADdesignhelp.com. You can reach me at info@caddesignhelp.com

Oct 09 2017

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Rank #15: The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast -John High - Inventing Ninja Stars, Window Washing equipment, and more. EEP podcast 7

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John is a Mechanical Engineer from NC State with a passion for inventing. He has invented products such as wooden Chinese throwing stars, reflective address signs, special pressure washer nozzles, and a device for hanking rope (if you don’t know what that is, then listen in!).

Key takeaways

  1. Create add on features that improve your business efficiency – like John’s pressure washing business. Plus, you can sell the invention to other businesses
  2. Give a range in pricing like John did with his window cleaning company
  3. Little giveaways and freebies can help – like the free window cleaning bottle

To get in touch with John

Email JDHigh@hotmail.com

Sep 19 2016

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Rank #16: Asset protection for entrepreneurs – Scott Smith – Ep61

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Asset protection for entrepreneurs – Scott Smith – Ep61

This episode focuses on some important business aspects of being an engineering entrepreneur: things like asset protection, insurance, and tax strategies.

Scott is the founder of Royal legal solutions. His company specializes in asset protection for entrepreneurs. This includes what insurance to get, how to best structure your business for tax savings, and what to do when you get sued.

Scott and I discuss these 3 topics. Starting with liability, a good option for entrepreneurs is to set up 2 companies:

  1. Asset holding company – separate LLC that holds everything
  2. Shell company –runs operations of the business

Then we discuss retirement savings, specifically the details of a Solo 401k

Finally, we talk about lawsuits and what to do if you get sued.

Scott’s top tips are:

  1. Use a 2-company structure
  2. Set up a solo 401k
  3. wrap up everything in estate plan (living trust and will)

You can contact Scott at:

Royallegalsolutions.com

Real estate nerds podcast

512-757-3994

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The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast is produced by Scott Tarcy, President of CADdesignhelp.com. You can reach me at info@caddesignhelp.com

Nov 15 2018

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Rank #17: The Patent Process Explained – James Wilson – Ep56

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The Patent Process Explained – James Wilson – Ep56

This episode is one that you inventors out there should definitely listen to. Most people know what a patent is but not many understand the process it takes to get one.

In this episode I talked with James Wilson from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). James is the Assistant Regional Director of the Elijah J. McCoy Midwest Regional Office in Detroit.

We talk about the entire patent process, from idea creation to provisional patent, to non-provisional application and the review process. We uncover all the details inventors want to know, like costs, time frames, and the process.

There are some links from the podcast I will add once I get them from James. But those will be for the resources he described including how to get assistance on patent applications.

James’ parting advice is that the UPSTO strives to be one of the best government entities and that they are looking to hire more examiners. So if you are a professional with a technical degree, there might be an opportunity for you at the USPTO.

You can contact James at:

midwestregion@USPTO.gov

313-446-4800

The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast is produced by Scott Tarcy, President of CADdesignhelp.com. You can reach me at info@caddesignhelp.com

Jul 09 2018

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Rank #18: Serial Inventor, Entrepreneur and Daymond John Business Partner – Mike Watts– Ep65

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Serial Inventor, Entrepreneur and Daymond John Business Partner – Mike Watts– Ep65

Mike Watts is a serial entrepreneur who has started 6 product-based companies totaling over $50million in total sales. Mike is currently serving as Founder and CEO of LoveHandle, who manufactures patented custom-printed smartphone accessories and is a partner of Daymond John from Shark Tank.

Many listeners of this show are inventors and Mike took a slightly different approach than many inventors. Mike started out by partnering with an inventor of a lawn/garden product and manufacturing that inventor’s product, in return for giving the inventor a royalty.

After that product, Mike has created a smart phone accessory that makes it easier to hold your phone. The brand name is called Lovehandle (www.lovehandle.com). Daymond John (from Shark Tank) discovered his product and was so impressed with it that he contacted Mike and they have since partnered up to do business together.

Mike’s number one tip:

Seek out wisdom from those that have done it before

You can contact Mike at:

Mike@lovehandle.com

Instagram: @mikewattsceo

Mar 16 2019

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Rank #19: The Business of Bioscience – Susan Goebel – Ep63

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The Business of Bioscience – Susan Goebel – Ep63

Susan is what I call a Bioscience Entrepreneur. She went to college for Biology and her first job out of school involved creating displays in museums, but these aren’t your average displays. One display she worked on was the structure of the human heart, using an actual heart!

She then worked for a while in the animal health industry.

But this type of work was not for her, so she moved onto entrepreneurship.  Using her experience in animal health, she started her own company for animal health. Some advice from me hearing this story is that if you want to start your own business, one of the best ways is to get a job/apprenticeship and learn while working for someone else, as she did. My story is the same, I worked for 10 years for large corporations before starting my own business as a design engineer.

One of her top products she helped make was a vaccine for cattle for Ecoli, but the purpose of the vaccine was to prevent Ecoli from affecting humans further down the food chain. This is a fascinating series of cause and effect that makes you really appreciate how everything is so connected.

Susan’s company also has worked on immunotheraputics for cancer, specifically bladder cancer.

Her company also works with companies as a strategic partner to get government funding, get VC capital, and help with the regulatory (FDA) process.

Susan’s top tips are:

  1. Check your assumptions. Make sure you know what your assumptions are and make sure they are correct
  2. Business planning – don’t dismiss it

You can contact Susan by email at s.goebel@bell.net

The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast is produced by Scott Tarcy, President of CADdesignhelp.com. You can reach me at info@caddesignhelp.com

Jan 17 2019

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Rank #20: Finance your Inventions – Matt King– Ep58

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Finance your Inventions – Matt King– Ep58

One of the most important things to take care of in the invention process is figuring out how to pay for all the steps needed to get your product to market. Unless you have a trust fund or a high paying job, you will likely need help getting your product to market.

It will take thousands (if not more) dollars to go from idea to final product. Costs will include CAD design, prototyping, market testing, advertising, production and so on.

Matt King is an expert in helping entrepreneurs get the funding needed to start their business. He runs Titan Consulting, located in my home city of Charlotte, NC.

In this week’s podcast, Matt and I talk about the right way to go about getting funding. To put simply, you should not go from your napkin sketch to trying to raise $20M. There are many steps before that and we discuss how to do it with practical examples.

You can contact Matt at:

Email mking@titan-industries.com

Phone number 704-231-8152

Sep 10 2018

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