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PartsBadger CEO, Roy Dietsch Joins Panel Discussion at BizTimes' Forum
PartsBadger CEO, Roy Dietsch participated in a panel discussion at BizTimes' Innovation + Entrepreneurship Forum & Awards to discuss Entrepreneurship.
By: PartsBadger LLC
During the panel discussion, the group discussed many topics that include how they started, challenges getting started, challenges during the pandemic, financial hardships during the pandemic, and other topics regarding the history of starting the business. The topic of why each company was started shows PartsBadger's innovation.
"I was looking for a much bigger idea that could grow much faster and I initially knew it had to be in a big market. I recently had experienced trying to buy a machine part, and I sent out a quote to 12 local companies for a request for a quote. It took about a week and I got responses from three of the 12 companies I had sent a request for a quote. Two (companies) said their software is too old and they couldn't open the file and then the one that quoted us, it was cheaper for us to buy a cnc machine and make the parts ourselves so that's what we did. " -Roy Dietsch, CEO, PartsBadger.
PartsBadger has regularly been in the news as of late for their constant innovation of their streamlined services. The company was recently ranked #525 on Inc. Magazine's Annual 5000 list in 2021. (https://parts-
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PartsBadger produces CNC manufactured parts to customer specifications for just about every industry, including but not limited to: Healthcare, Medical, Bioscience, Aerospace, Consumer Products, and Research & Development. PartsBadger offers a revolutionary change to the way people and businesses source their custom parts. PartsBadger is an online machine shop offering custom CNC parts for entrepreneurs, engineers, product designers, manufacturers, and makers. Instant 24/7 quotes and our aggressively low pricing removes the barriers to innovation faced by the dreamers and doers who need machined parts.