At the beginning of 2020, things were really falling into place for Boston-based Fortify. The young 3D printing company was planning a springtime move to a new headquarters with triple the floor space and room to grow, planning to start shipping their first 3D printers in the summer. Such big moves are significant milestones for any company, and all the more so when they represent the first tangible strides into the market for a four-year-old startup.
That was, of course, all the plan before Covid-19 grabbed the globe.
While the pandemic has obviously been a hard-hitting operational disruption on top of the devastating health consequences so many have faced, Fortify has achieved its goals anyway — and then some.
“At a high level, everything became more logistically intensive,” Co-Founder and CEO Josh Martin, PhD , said with a laugh as we discussed the strategic shifts undertaken. The Fortify […]
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