Startups Looking to Maximize Technologies Should Do This

When you don't have a lot of money, focus on finding the right space.

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For many startups, especially hardware ones, building a product isn’t cheap. There are expensive parts and machinery, along with costly technology.

To help decrease the costs, many entrepreneurs are turning to collaborative spaces that provide shared resources, like 3-D printers, wood shops and metalworking equipment. One being Alex Chatham.

Related: 6 Benefits of Coworking With Strangers

In this video, the co-founder of Spacial, a drone company that records indoor events, talks about how he utilizes technologies at resident-space New Lab and what advice he has for others.

 

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