Ok Xoomer EP11 | Nora Toure | Inspiring Women to Embrace 3D Printing

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In this episode of Ok Xoomer -- Zoom chats with creative engineers and more -- Aaron Lichtig, Xometry guy and former Jeopardy! champion, speaks with Nora Toure, VP of Strategy at Ivaldi Group and Founder of Women in 3D Printing, on the importance of inspiring women to pursue technology careers in 3D printing and why it's an exciting time to embrace on-demand manufacturing. About the Special Guest: Nora is an Additive Manufacturing expert and has done great work inspiring women to embrace technology careers in the 3D Printing industry. She founded Women in 3D Printing in 2014 to feature women leaders in Additive Manufacturing. She started her career in the Additive Manufacturing in 2010 at Sculpteo as employee #8. After 3 years in France, she relocated to San Francisco to open Sculpteo’s first overseas offices, which she led as General Manager until 2018. She now serves as VP, Stategy for Ivaldi Group, providing distributed manufacturing solutions to heavy industry. Twitter: @nora3DP | Women in 3D Printing: @WI3DP ------------ Connect with Us: Get an Instant Quote: http://hubs.ly/H03SSxl0 Twitter: http://hubs.ly/H03SSwf0 Facebook: http://hubs.ly/H03SRMT0 LinkedIn: http://hubs.ly/H03SSwZ0 ------------ About Xometry: Xometry provides 24/7 access to instant quoting and manufacturing feedback on precision CNC machining, 3D printing, sheet metal fabrication, urethane casting, and injection molding services. Our dynamic manufacturing Partner Network ensures consistently fast lead times, low prices and efficient delivery, and we provide live support from our project engineering team via email, phone, or online chat to help you get exactly what you need. ------------ "Killers" by Icarus | Royalty-Free Music Tracks | Artlist.io

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