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Printing Money
Printing Money
As the additive manufacturing industry continues to rapidly grow and evolve, so too does the financing that enables the technology innovation. ‘Printing Money’ takes a deeper look at the transactions behind some of the most innovative 3D printing businesses. We explore everything from mergers, acquisitions, fundraising, and the public markets, while considering broader technology trends and market movements in the AM industry. Each episode, we’ll dive into the latest investments in the 3D printing industry and understand how they’ll shape the future of the industry. With our combined...
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Printing Money (what a brilliant title) is one of the best podcasts on 3D printing that you can find. If you're someone eager to gain intimate knowledge of the industry's power players and their venture capital landscape, this podcast is your golden ticket. As a professional with a decade...Read full review »
Nadi93y via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 05/21/23
A breath of fresh air! It's so hard to understand the business behind the *magic* of 3D printing, but Alex and Danny do an excellent job of breaking down highly advanced chess moves into easily understandable pieces. Well done! Can't wait for the next episodeRead full review »
SJ_gent via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/13/23
Alex and Danny provide great context to the latest investment news related to 3D printing
Anonymous4486 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/20/23
Recent Episodes
Special guest Troy Jensen, Senior Research Analyst with Lake Street Capital Markets, joins Alex and Danny for a closer look at some of the biggest publicly listed 3d printing companies. In this episode Alex, Danny, and Troy discuss the hostile takeover attempt of Stratasys by Nano Dimension, 3D...
Published 04/12/23
Published 04/12/23
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