Business is back to normal for Additive Integrity.
As of this week, I am back in my office for normal operations -- well, the new normal. Project Goehrkin was a success, and my husband and I were delighted to welcome our son, George (Geo), in November. Now nearly four months old, Geo is starting to spend the days with his grandparents as both parents are back to work.
On Monday, the new normal began at Fabbaloo, and I've been working to catch up on all that's happened in the ever-busy 3D printing industry over the four months of my maternity leave.
As I get my sea legs back under me, the rest of operation for Additive Integrity is ramping back up as well. I am in touch with several existing clients to get regular work back in action, and as always am open to talk about new needs.
Offerings include writing and editing needs focused on 3D printing, such as blogs, articles, thought leadership, social media, white papers, and editing. I am also available for speaking engagements, from panels to moderating to keynotes, in person and virtually.
With more than half a decade's experience focusing on additive manufacturing, I offer a well-grounded view of the industry's history and future, and specialize in translating 'engineering' to 'engaging content'.
Travel opportunities for 2020/2021 will be more limited than in recent years, due to the new tiny boss in town.