Fri, 21 September 2018
Today I’m joined by Kristina Kurcink, a friend of mine who has spent over a decade working at Nike in roles ranging from design all the way to manufacturing. Being responsible for a lot of the production in Asia, Kristina has seen the whole process leading up to the famous footwear coming off the line.
In this episode, she shares key lessons she learned during her ten years working for Nike, particularly some of the manufacturing lessons she learned from being on the ground in Asia. So if you’re doing your own manufacturing—or thinking about getting into it soon—you don’t want to miss hearing what Kristina has to say, as it could help you avoid mistakes and save money.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2NjjksH