In more normal times, leading micro molding expert Accumold would be well into a busy schedule of trade show attendance across the world. However, the travel and social gathering restrictions contingent upon the Covid 19 pandemic have rightly seen conference and exhibition organisers postpone events to later in 2020 or to next year, and this means that companies need to be creative in the ways that they connect with their customers.
Aaron Johnson, VP of Marketing and Customer Strategy says, “Accumold has a reputation as a high-profile exhibitor at many events worldwide, as we believe in face-to-face engagement with our customers and potential customers. When explaining what we can achieve in respect of micro molding, it is always better to show people the parts that we have manufactured, as in this way the accuracy and tight tolerances that we can achieve can be fully appreciated.”
Driven by a passionate team of experts with unrivalled experience working at the cutting-edge of medical product innovation, Accumold has a reputation for consistent, repeatable production quality, and the ability to scale volumes from prototypes to millions and even billions of parts. The company works as an enabler, and is able to take on the challenge that many product designers have these days, namely finding a product development partner that can make their ever more ambitious, innovative, and complex designs a reality.
Johnson continues, “It was to fulfil our need to engage more closely with the sectors that we serve that we came up with the idea of a virtual trade show. This gives us the opportunity to talk to customers in a more personal way, and also to explain what we do and show the parts and components we can make. Accumold remains open for business, and we are still working with existing and new customers from across the world during the coronavirus pandemic.”
You can access the Accumold virtual trade show above, and the company invites anyone with any questions or specific applications which Accumold can advise on to get in touch.
Johnson concludes, “The only thing we are not able to do at the moment is have a drink and a meal with you when the trade show closes for the day. Hopefully we can do that soon, and we look forward to being able to meet and discuss your exciting manufacturing requirements soon. Until then we wish our amazing industrial community across the globe best wishes, and stay safe!”