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Future Harbeth products - have your say (in private)

A.S.

Administrator
Staff member
NOTE!! For reasons of commercial security, posts made here will be readable only by Harbeth staff. But they will be taken seriously in shaping product development strategy.

Despite - or even consequent to - the mayhem of Brexit and the impact on UK manufacturing businesses such as Harbeth (all so uncertain) I am continuing to invest in new staff to strengthen our company.

Joining me next week is a new assistant development engineer. I have mapped-out his workload for the year ahead in converting some of the twenty plus incomplete R&D projects I have in abeyance into market ready products - or at least, to the point that we can make a go/no-go decision about bringing them to market. It's quite shocking to see how much preliminary work I have undertaken on various projects but just do not have the time to focus on to take through a proper engineering evaluation.

If, as hoped, this dramatically accelerates R&D here, then I am willing to invest further in people, plant and equipment to take this brand to the next level. The purpose of this post is to invite you to contribute your input to the long-term strategy, and to tell us what products (or services) you would like to see with the Harbeth logo on. I can't promise anything, and certainly not in a public forum, but we are listening. There just might be something you foresee which is a short hop from something we are working on, and we may be able to adapt and deliver.

Your contributions will NOT be visible here in public for obvious reasons, but we will harvest them and discuss them individually at next month's Management Meeting.

Thank you.
 

A.S.

Administrator
Staff member
We've been pleased and surprised at the range of eminently sensible feedback we've had to this thread. Thanks. Some ideas are so unique that they have never crossed our minds these past thirty years.

Every contribution has been tabled for discussion at the next Management Meeting. Further thoughts from HUG members are most welcome. You are contributing in private, so please do not expect to see your post listed here.
 

A.S.

Administrator
Staff member
Contributions still coming in and are all welcome. We are fitting them into a jigsaw of brand awareness.
 

holden

New member
1. Grille removal tool. Even though I don't remove them myself, they are awkward for the many who like to.

2. A speaker between the SHL5Plus and the 40.2?
 
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