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There is No China Button

Brady Forrest (Ignite Talks)
Location: Festival Pavilion
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Making something is easy; making something that can be made is hard – very hard. Hardware takes longer, costs a lot and requires more people. It can be perilous for a company, but the rewards can be great. This talk outlines some of the pitfalls that have befallen hardware companies in the past – and still do today.

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Brady Forrest

Ignite Talks

Brady is the Head of PCH’s new incubator, Highway1, and is on the lookout for the next great piece of hardware. He co-started and “shepherd” Ignite; he’s part of the team currently organizing Ignite SF. He’s a Venture Advisor to 500 Startups and spent some time on the Investment Staff at Khosla Ventures. Formerly he was at O’Reilly and worked on a number of things including: the radar blog, Web 2.0 Expo, Where 2.0, ETech, and Foo Camp.