CPX 2015

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Exhibitor Profile Book

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The Cool Product Expo (CPX) is all about “cool” products and the innovative companies that develop them, from all corners of the country and the globe.

The CPX is one of the largest student-run events at Stanford, drawing visitors from across the university and, importantly, its surrounding communities as well – the CPX is free and open to public.

This year, CPX organizers aim to expand our attendees’ sense of the possibilities in product design and create discussions under the theme “Product Design for Tomorrow”, and we are very proud of our rich tradition in this effort. What product do we need to live tomorrow? What product makes tomorrow exist for us?

Proudly held at Stanford, in the heart of Silicon Valley, the CPX aims to introduce attendees to the most engaging work of budding start-ups and university research lab projects, the latest R&D from global manufacturers, the best from local design studios, and much more.

CPX 2015 has attracted a long list of inspiring exhibitors.  See the full list here. In addition, two esteemed speakers will be joining us to share their experience building products:

  • 12:00-12:30 pm Jason Mayden, MSx’11, d.fellow at Stanford d.school and VP of Design at Mark One, designed for Nike’s Jordan Brand and FuelBand and incorporated data into design.
  • 5:30-6:00 pm Moe Tanabian, VP of Engineering and Head of Smart Things IoT Innovation Lab at Samsung

The CPX is made possible through the efforts of the Stanford Product Design & Manufacturing Club (PDMC) and the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

To learn more about the CPX, please send a note to  gsb_coolproductexpo@stanford.edu  To attend as a press member, please contact gsb_cpx_pr@stanford.edu

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