Alpha Powders recently made its debut in Silicon Valley during Selection Week, an event hosted by Plug and Play Tech Center, known as the world’s largest startup accelerator. Despite being in the early stages of development, Alpha Powders managed to secure a spot among over 1000 candidates, allowing the company to present its technology to executives from established companies such as Sherwin-Williams, CRH, WestRock Company, PepsiCo, and SABIC.
Plug and Play Centre, Alpha Powders
The selection for this event highlights the perceived relevance of Alpha Powders’ technology, signaling potential impacts on Additive Manufacturing. While grateful for the recognition, the company looks forward to leveraging this opportunity to establish connections and facilitate its growth.
Aside from networking with startups globally, Selection Week provided Alpha Powders with a chance to explore applications of its technology in the polymer powder sector beyond 3D printing. The scalability of the business in this direction seems promising, offering potential avenues for expansion.
Presenting in a facility that has housed industry giants like PayPal, Google, and Logitech, Alpha Powders acknowledges the role of its dedicated team in this achievement. Expressing gratitude to supporters, the company anticipates sharing updates on its progress in Additive Manufacturing, polymer processing, and sustainability.
Stay tuned for updates as Alpha Powders continues to explore opportunities in the evolving field of Additive Manufacturing.