Free Webcast: How Woodworking Inventors Grow Business  Developing novel wood products can add to sales, and grow your business. But that means learning how to handle product development, and can also require realigning your steps to production.

In this free webcast, Woodworking Inventors: New Ways to Grow Business, you'll hear from two woodworking business managers who have succeeded with new products in the market. They will share their experience, talk a bit about product design, and explain how their business was impacted.

Presenters Jared Patchin and Adam Rogers, who will also preview their IWF 2014 "Woodworking Inventors" symposium, will field your questions live in real time.

Register today and join us July 30 at 1 p.m. Central Time for this 30-minute lively webcast.

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Speakers:

Free Webcast: How Woodworking Inventors Grow Business Adam Rogers
Director of Design, Moser Contract
Thos. Moser Furniture, Freeport, ME

Rogers has developed Thos. Moser’s award-winning contract furniture line, Element. This bench-made commercial contract furniture line elegantly integrates support for electronic devices without compromising design lines.

Free Webcast: How Woodworking Inventors Grow Business Jared Patchin
Owner
J Alexander Fine Woodworking

Jared Patchin started woodworking professionally in 2008 when he set-up J. Alexander Fine Woodworking in Boise, ID, where he builds custom crafted furniture and cabinetry. He began building furniture at the age of seven when his father bought Shutter Crafts. He has developed his craft since then, moving from making wooden swords for himself and his friends to building some of the finest furniture and cabinetry. He lives in Boise, ID with his wife and two young sons, who have taken over the sword making side of things. J. Alexander Fine Woodworking

Rogers is director of design, and the person behind Thos. Moser’s award-winning contract furniture line, Element. This bench-made business and hospitality furniture line elegantly integrates support for electronic devices without compromising design lines. - See more at: http://www.woodworkingnetwork.com/wood-market-trends/woodworking-industr...

Moderator:

Free Webcast: How Woodworking Inventors Grow Business Bill Esler
Editorial Director
WoodworkingNetwork.com

Bill is responsible for editing Custom Woodworking Business and coordinating content for Wood Products, Closets, WoodworkingNetwork.com, and related newsletters.

Broadcast date: July 30, 2014, 1:00 p.m. CT.

Free Webcast: How Woodworking Inventors Grow Business

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