Those who have been turned off by China's lead-paint toys and unfavorable tax-policy changes in the past six months, think again. The question is not really whether China is still attractive or safe, rather, it's how to do business right.
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For many entrepreneurs, identifying a U.S.-based contract manufacturer that offers a "one-stop shop" solution can help transform an important new product idea into reality. Eastek’s Vice President, talks about the Eastek Edgesm — an all-encompassing approach that resides entirely within the company.
From considering your need for a patent, to how the end product will be produced, there are many critical issues to consider that will impact your product's overall success. Eastek’s Director of Design & Development, Cherie Wilkinson, gives tips on what to consider before creating a prototype..
Eastek Access enables device companies to establish a China-based manufacturing program by providing injection-molded plastics, assembled printed circuit boards, transformers and magnetics, metal stamping, and full turnkey assembly of finished goods within its factories in China.