October 6: G.E.L. Breakfast Series

Geauga Economic Leadership Breakfast Series

Friday, October 6, 2017 at 7:30 - 9 AM 

Mr. Chip Gear, CEO and Mr. Mark Horner, VP Business Development, of The Technology House 

The Technology House (TTH) got its start nearly 20 years ago by embracing back then a new process, rapid prototyping or what's more commonly known as 3-D printing or Additive Manufacturing. Today TTH is at the forefront of 3-D printing having been selected as one of 5 companies nationwide to beta test Carbon MI printers. Carbon MI 3-D printers according to Chip Gear are said to be game changers.
This informative program will provide great insight into 3-D Printing, widely used today for making prototypes, a process that can cut down on the time it takes to get an idea from inception to production. Using 3-D and Carbon’s CLIP technology provides new opportunities for manufacturing and production. With a variety of tools in their tool box, and the ability to use materials that range from plastic to aluminum to stainless steels, TTH serves a diverse range of industries and is a recognized industry expert in Rapid Prototyping.

Free to the Public. All are welcome to attend.

Kent State University at Geauga, Clark Commons
14111 Claridon Troy Road, Burton OH  44021
Geauga Ecomonic Leadership (G.E.L.) Breakfasts are held the first Friday of each month -with some exceptions.
The breakfast has always been a dynamic opportunity to bring business and industry leaders together with our community to network, learn, and collaborate. 
Free and open to the public.

Breakfast and networking begin at 7:30 a.m.
Program begins at 8 a.m. 

Register Here

G.E.L. Breakfasts are a collaborative partnership between Geauga Growth Partnership and Kent State University at Geauga, presenting interesting speakers and topics that affect Geauga County's community and business. This special event includes our partner Leadership Geauga.

For more information contact Denise Milhollan at dmilholl@kent.edu 
 or Marcia Owen at info@geaugagrowth.com

POSTED: Wednesday, September 13, 2017 - 5:06pm
UPDATED: Thursday, October 12, 2017 - 2:49pm