Young Enterprise Scheme

Development Day offers the opportunity for any product directors whose companies are producing a technical product to access face-to-face advice from the experts.

To be considered for a place at D-Day a well-developed concept or prototype is required.

Development Day is held on the Albany campus: 16th April 2014.

What does D-Day involve?

The morning consists of three 30-minute sessions on prototyping, packaging and solidworks. A breakout session with hands-on experience will follow each session, and Massey will provide lunch. The afternoon is a one-on-one session, focusing on your own individual product.

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How do I apply?

Registration form (52 KB)

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Need further help?

If you have a question about D-Day, or wish to arrange a tour of the School of Engineering, please fill in our online question form, below.

 

What can you expect?

  • Expert advice and guidance
  • Not a point of contact for mentors
  • Not expected to fill all research gaps, but to be one option 
  • Not for full product-development assistance
  • Expect at least 48-hr turnaround

 

Any other queries, please contact Neisha Herbert.

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