By Natan Linder
Last week, Tulip, the startup I have been scaling up over the past eight years opened its Experience Center in Somerville, Massachusetts. We shared the work we do for hundreds of clients across the globe, amplifying the analytics, quality, learning, and skills development in manufacturing operations. Not just in speeches and white papers, we created interactive experiences where those who show up can touch, feel, and shape the applications that are reshaping the industry. From MIT’s Yo-Yo making class via the Stanley Black & Decker SWK -5% tool-making process to the pills that pharma industry giants churn out every second, our frontline operations platform enables whatever the client wants.