3DPOD Episode 24: Fried Vancraen, Materialise CEO

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Fried Vancraen is a hero of mine and my old boss. So Max and I were able to have a very laid back but altogether important conversation with him about COVID, what it’s like to have a company right now, what Materialise is doing vis a vis COVID and the future. We really enjoyed speaking about how a large company in our industry is rising to the challenging COVID world. I think this is a great podcast on responsibility, ethical entrepreneurship, agility and solving real challenges through 3D printing. We really hope you enjoy this episode.

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