3DPOD Episode 64: 3D Print Services with Clement Moreau, Sculpteo Founder

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Clement Moreau founded Sculpteo and led the 3D print service for ten years before selling it to BASF. In this episode, we follow his journey, discuss what made Sculpteo successful, and how the company changed along with its market. We hear of an initial consumer focus that was replaced by one focusing on European businesses.

Now, as a part of BASF, how will Sculpteo fair? And what is Sculpteo’s role in BASF’s 3D printing expansion? Clement is open and direct and tells us about finding investors, growth, and focus. This is a really great story for entrepreneurs and those operating in the service bureau space!

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