Greg Paulsen | The Service & Hospitality Industry, HP 3D Printing, & Xometry

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Greg Paulsen

Greg Paulsen tells us about his eclectic background as he tries to “figure out what he wants to be when he grows up.” He started off with an education in the service and hospitality industry. Then, he coupled it with a degree in science and technology. Finally, he topped his education off with a minor in Chinese business studies.

Greg, however, successfully navigated his way through government intelligence research, wineries, and manufacturing, ultimately landing at Xometry where he is the Director of Application Engineering.

Check out Xometry’s 3D printing service and plastic injection molding service to learn more.

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