UNYQ Co-Founder and CEO appears on BBC News

Uncategorized, UNYQ News  |  April 23, 2019  |  Mark Lawson Bell

UNYQ Co-Founder and CEO appears on BBC News

On Tuesday 23rd April our Co-Founder and CEO, Eythor Bender, appeared on the BBC’s ‘Inside Track’. He spoke with presenters Sally Bundock and Ben Thompson about the importance of not just meeting the needs of the 1 billion people living with physical challenges around the world but creating products that are truly theirs. He discusses how at UNYQ we are reframing the conversation around medical devices by creating products that have customisation and personalisation at their core, bringing daring and innovative design to underserved groups in our society. 

He also explains how advances in 3D printing and the digital processes behind our wearables are transforming the way products are created and delivered to the consumer, making supply chains more efficient, more sustainable and better for everyone.

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UNYQ Co-Founder and CEO appears on BBC News

Uncategorized  |  April 23, 2019  |  Mark Lawson Bell

UNYQ Co-Founder and CEO appears on BBC News

On Tuesday 23rd April our Co-Founder and CEO, Eythor Bender, appeared on the BBC’s ‘Inside Track’. He spoke with presenters Sally Bundock and Ben Thompson about the importance of not just meeting the needs of the 1 billion people living with physical challenges around the world but creating products that are truly theirs. He discusses how at UNYQ we are reframing the conversation around medical devices by creating products that have customisation and personalisation at their core, bringing daring and innovative design to underserved groups in our society. 

He also explains how advances in 3D printing and the digital processes behind our wearables are transforming the way products are created and delivered to the consumer, making supply chains more efficient, more sustainable and better for everyone.

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UNYQ Co-Founder and CEO appears on BBC News

Uncategorized  |  April 23, 2019  |  Mark Lawson Bell

UNYQ Co-Founder and CEO appears on BBC News

On Tuesday 23rd April our Co-Founder and CEO, Eythor Bender, appeared on the BBC’s ‘Inside Track’. He spoke with presenters Sally Bundock and Ben Thompson about the importance of not just meeting the needs of the 1 billion people living with physical challenges around the world but creating products that are truly theirs. He discusses how at UNYQ we are reframing the conversation around medical devices by creating products that have customisation and personalisation at their core, bringing daring and innovative design to underserved groups in our society. 

He also explains how advances in 3D printing and the digital processes behind our wearables are transforming the way products are created and delivered to the consumer, making supply chains more efficient, more sustainable and better for everyone.

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UNYQ Co-Founder and CEO appears on BBC News

Uncategorized  |  April 23, 2019  |  Mark Lawson Bell

UNYQ Co-Founder and CEO appears on BBC News

On Tuesday 23rd April our Co-Founder and CEO, Eythor Bender, appeared on the BBC’s ‘Inside Track’. He spoke with presenters Sally Bundock and Ben Thompson about the importance of not just meeting the needs of the 1 billion people living with physical challenges around the world but creating products that are truly theirs. He discusses how at UNYQ we are reframing the conversation around medical devices by creating products that have customisation and personalisation at their core, bringing daring and innovative design to underserved groups in our society. 

He also explains how advances in 3D printing and the digital processes behind our wearables are transforming the way products are created and delivered to the consumer, making supply chains more efficient, more sustainable and better for everyone.

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UNYQ Co-Founder and CEO appears on BBC News

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UNYQ Co-Founder and CEO appears on BBC News

On Tuesday 23rd April our Co-Founder and CEO, Eythor Bender, appeared on the BBC’s ‘Inside Track’. He spoke with presenters Sally Bundock and Ben Thompson about the importance of not just meeting the needs of the 1 billion people living with physical challenges around the world but creating products that are truly theirs. He discusses how at UNYQ we are reframing the conversation around medical devices by creating products that have customisation and personalisation at their core, bringing daring and innovative design to underserved groups in our society. 

He also explains how advances in 3D printing and the digital processes behind our wearables are transforming the way products are created and delivered to the consumer, making supply chains more efficient, more sustainable and better for everyone.

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UNYQ Co-Founder and CEO appears on BBC News

Uncategorized, UNYQ News  |  April 23, 2019  |  Mark Lawson Bell

UNYQ Co-Founder and CEO appears on BBC News

On Tuesday 23rd April our Co-Founder and CEO, Eythor Bender, appeared on the BBC’s ‘Inside Track’. He spoke with presenters Sally Bundock and Ben Thompson about the importance of not just meeting the needs of the 1 billion people living with physical challenges around the world but creating products that are truly theirs. He discusses how at UNYQ we are reframing the conversation around medical devices by creating products that have customisation and personalisation at their core, bringing daring and innovative design to underserved groups in our society. 

He also explains how advances in 3D printing and the digital processes behind our wearables are transforming the way products are created and delivered to the consumer, making supply chains more efficient, more sustainable and better for everyone.

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