Inventors Forum Speaker's Series
Tracy Hazzard of Hazz Design
Known as the "Product Fixer," Tracy is CEO of industrial design firm Hazz Design and co-designer of 250+ consumer products you buy at retail everyday. Since graduating from Rhode Island School of Design more than 20 years ago, she has been cutting, cleaning and creating for companies of all sizes, pushing them to rethink their product lines to strategically design in success and increase revenue.
A proponent of intentional innovation, Tracy is the co-inventor of 35 patents and her IP Battle Scars, Lessons and Evasive Tactics are chronicled in a new book releasing Spring 2016. Tracy co-hosts the WTFFF?! 3D Printing Podcast, the daily 3D Start Point for entrepreneurs, designers and educators to scale the learning curve on the next industrial revolution.
Open to non-members @ UCI's Applied Innovation (The Cove) in "the Beach" meeting room.
Inventors Forum holds 10 Speaker Series Meetings (February through November)
Come and Learn something new and discuss ideas with other inventors, startups, and product developers.
WHERE: UCI's Applied Innovation
Maps & Directions: See Venue
5141 California St, Irvine, CA 92626 Room 200 - The Beach
WHEN: These meetings are held on the 2nd Friday of the month and begin at sharp at 7:30 P.M. with registration starting at 7:00 PM. Come early (7PM to network with other inventors). The meeting usually lasts about 2 hours.
FEE: Our Speaker Series is Currently FREE (Special)
For our Members Assistance Meetings: Door fees are $5 for members. Non-members can join at the door. Initial membership fees are $50 per year, and half price ($25) for seniors 65+, full time students and disabled. UCI Students are $12.50. We can take credit and debit card payments through Stripe at the meetings. If you're paying cash, please, no large denomination bills.
NOTES: We are a non-profit group with no paid positions and the success of the group is totally dependent on what YOU bring to the meetings. So please share any helpful information you have. The hard working volunteers who keep IF going appreciate any and all assistance.