Many hardware hackers are finding that the leap from a successfully-funded Kickstarter project to a successful manufacturing operation is far harder than they expected.
Highway1 has launched its San Francisco-based incubator program. The goal is to help young hardware companies bring their products to market, and form partnerships in Europe and Asia.
Guest Post Venture capitalists hate investing in hardware startups for a myriad of reasons. Design and iteration are more difficult. Margins are low.
PCH International, a 3,000-person global company with $80 million in funding from a wide range of venture capital firms, is opening a new sustainable package design center in San Francisco.