Kegan Fisher

Quality Time

Kegan is a thoughtful, inspiring entrepreneur who speaks on topics ranging from the future of manufacturing to women in tech.


Types of content:

  • Keynotes
  • Round Table Discussions
  • Panels (Moderating and Participating)
  • Judging, Award Ceremonies
  • Talk Shows
  • Commercials

January 16, 2017

New York – From The Nasdaq Stock Market in Times Square, New York City, Behind the Bell takes viewers in depth with the companies who ring the opening or closing bell. 

- Behind the Bell

Holiday 2016

Commercial – See how the new HP Spectre x360 helps Kegan Schouwenburg do more.

- Microsoft HP Spectre commercial


May 16, 2016

Panel Discussion – Changing Consumer Preferences: Product Customization Using 3D Printing and Imaging


April 15, 2016

Keynote – Product Customization Using 3D Printing and Imaging

e.g. Conference


February 9, 2016

Keynote –Kegan Schouwenberg, Founder and CEO at SOLS, spoke at FirstMark Capital’s Hardwired NYC on February 9, 2016. She discussed some of the myths around 3D printing.

- Hardwired

December 14, 2015

Panel Discussion –Forge founder Stacey Ferreira, SOLS CEO Kegan Schouwenburg, and Lisnr founder Rodney Williams explain why millennials don't use physical money, are averse to advertisements, and admire Elon Musk.

- Inc. Women's Summit

July 5, 2015

Keynote –SOLS leverages digital imaging, deep learning algorithms and computer vision to brings 3D printing to footwear & hopefully better health. 

- LDV Summit

July 03, 2015

Interview – Kegan Schouwenburg, the 29-year-old CEO and co-founder of SOLS - talks about the future of 3D printing to support custom mass ­manufacturing of footwear.

- Tech Times

June 23, 2015

Interview –For most consumers, 3-D printing technology is still widely associated with printing novelty items. Sure, that's cool and all – but who really needs 3-D printed tchotchkes?

- Entrepreneur Magazine

March 23, 2015

Interview – Jesse Draper chats with Kegan Schouwenburg of Sols.

- Valley Girl Show


June 20, 2015

Keynote –Kegan Schouwenburg, CEO and Founder of SOLS explores the future of 3D Printing and Custom Mass Manufacturing live at NYC Uncubed.

- Uncubed

June 17, 2015

Interview –This disconnect between 3D printings usefulness and the flurry of media coverage it continues to generate helps explain why the technology is about face a backlash.

- Entrepreneur

March 5, 2015

Interview – Kegan Schouwenburg came up with the idea for SOLS while working for Shapeways. 'What are we gonna do with 3D printing?' she wondered. 

Design for Manufacturing Summit

November 18, 2014

Special Guest – SOLS CEO Kegan Schouwenburg on printing 3D custom orthotics.

- FOX News

November 7, 2014

Keynote – Kegan Schouwenburg, co-founder and CEO of Sols Systems, speaks at the third annual Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit Nov. 7, 2014 in New York City.

- Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit


July 15, 2014

Panel Discussion – Total Access hosted Part 2 of the Founder's Guide series. This panel of industry leaders discussed raising financing.

- Total Access

October, 2013

Keynote – Examining the implications upon material properties, production time and software requirements of leveraging 3DP  to enable scalable mass customization.

- American Business Conferences

November 1, 2013

Panel Discussion – Do-It-Yourself culture meets the new economy in DIY art, design and technology startups.  What forces are driving the success of these companies?  

- LISA 2013

May 19, 2010

Event – Thoughtful, conceptual design exhibitions are rare in New York, but if anyone could deliver the goods, it would be local design duo Design Glut. 

- Makerbot

August 08, 2009

Segment – Design Glut was challenged by Switched to create salt and pepper shakers in one day and then print them out on the MakerBot!

- Switched, AOL

October 01, 2009

Event –Design Glut was invited to repurpose Joby's products, and/or design something creative inspired by them. We designed toy parts that interlock with Joby's bendable structure and 3-D printed them out using a MakerBot.

- Makerbot

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