This is better than the Small Business Administration’s statistics that 90% of all business opened each year will not be in business within one year. But we have found, sitting at at the helm of the industry is that 3D Printing Failures are not that far behind.
The most common reason, is that many entrepreneurs are idea people, and what is often missing is strong marketing and sales. In hundreds of meetings with 3D Printing start ups, we often find then concentrating on their differentiators, and not necessarily their customers.
The Association of 3D Printing stands behind the entrepreneurs who created an online business 3D Printing course, which can be found at http://3dprintingmba.com. This course is about business, not “how to print.”
If you look closely, you’ll see some of the Association’s content there as well. At $97, it’s a bargain.