Tag: manufacturing

Control your world from any surface: Knocki wins $100K in Flash Funding from Arrow

Knocki is the latest Indiegogo campaign to win flash funding from Arrow, as part of the Arrow Certification Program. It all started at a barbecue back in July of 2014. Long-time friends Jake Boshernitzan, CEO and Co-Founder of Knocki, and Ohad Nezer, Co-Founder of Knocki, were enjoying a summer day with their families when inspiration … read more

6 Entrepreneurs On Why Their Products Are Made in America

As Fourth of July approaches, there’s no better way to show off your patriotism than supporting American small businesses. Buying products that are made in the U.S. not only helps job growth across the country, but also ensures that you are getting high quality items that are manufactured locally. More often than not, American made … read more

MotherBox & Arrow Reinvent Wireless Charging

Imagine charging your phone while it’s still in your pocket. That’s the dream behind the MotherBox. But the company didn’t start out trying to improve wireless charging. Instead, they thought about trying to solve a larger problem: that energy distribution for technology is far from what it can be. “Technology today is like a sexy … read more

Ask the Expert: Four Things to Know About Manufacturing Overseas

From finding the right supplier to overcoming language barriers, choosing to manufacture your product in China can be as challenging as it is beneficial — even for experienced entrepreneurs. When deciding on a Chinese manufacturing partner, there are a lot of things to consider. To help you make an informed decision, we caught up with … read more

Prescription for Success: Elliegrid’s Smart Pillbox Wins $75k from Arrow

EllieGrid, a smart pillbox “with brains and beauty,” is the latest Indiegogo campaign team to win $75K in flash funding from Arrow, as part of the Arrow Certification Program. And like every Arrow Certified campaign, EllieGrid gets access to design tools, a 10% parts discount, and expert one-on-one support from Arrow’s engineering team. An idea … read more