Hydra1 business case presented at Inholland Composites

Hydra1 business case presented at Inholland Composites

For their study Technical Business Economics a student group from Inholland Alkmaar did research into the businesss case for Hydra1. This involves a hydrofoil electric surfboard which is a result of the First-Time-Right Applied Research Program.

During this business case study they calculated break-even sales for Hydra1, cost savings by Virtual Learning and cost savings due to First-Time-Right production principles. This research provided eye-opening conclusions on the economic aspects thanks to the technical innovative solutions. The business case study has been made available to the First-Time-Right consortium and will be presented at the Holland Pavillon at JEC2019 at Hall 5 stand E80. If you are interested in the results and want to see what First-Time-Right can do for you, don’t hesitate to visit us there.

A special thanks to the project team from Inholland Alkmaar who developed this business case: Johan Bos, Thom Goedhart, Martijn Groot, Sjors Houtman and Robin Smit.

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