Tom & Tracy Hazzard – WTFFF?! 3D Print Podcast
Podcast Hosts Tracy Hazzard and Tom Hazzard of Hazz Design Consulting have collectively designed and developed 250+ products generating over $21 Billion in revenue for their retail clients. They hold over 40 utility and design patents with an unprecedented 86% commercialization rate – double the USPTO-reported national average. Their entrepreneurial experiences are taught in a Harvard Business Review course in 26 universities around the world. Tom and Tracy are podcast hosts of the 3D Printing Podcast WTFFF?! ranked #1 on iTunes and Stitcher. Their flagship 3D Print Twist Tie Design won Outstanding Work from the China World 3D Printing Tech Alliance.
Tracy and Tom have been featured in the Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Wired, Fortune Small Business, and CNN Money, Tracy pens a weekly featured Inc. column on innovation. For more information about Tom & Tracy, please visit the Hazz Design website links to their current Media Mentions or Speaking Events.
Education & Clients:
Tom and Tracy are graduates of Rhode Island School of Design with degrees in Industrial Design and Textile Design respectively. Tracy has worked directly for design-leading companies like Milliken and Herman Miller. Tom built and managed design teams for three ready-to-assemble furniture companies. They have worked as ghost designers behind both secret and well-known brands such as:
- Martha Stewart Living
- Bayside Furnishings
- Herman Miller
- Better Homes & Gardens
Their best-selling product – a mesh office chair has been in Costco for over 4 years straight. Both Tracy and Tom have had numerous products in all major retailers, e-commerce sites, wholesale clubs, electronics boutiques and office super stores, including:
- Office Depot
- Office Max
- Best Buy
- Sam’s Club
- Costco US (JP, AU, UK, CN)
Tracy & Tom’s Causes:
As the parents of 3 inspiring daughters ages (now) 6, 11, and 25, Tracy and Tom not only believe in raising smart, assertive, tech-savvy girls, they practice it. Advocating for STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math PLUS Art and Design, especially for girls. If you have an organization that needs exposure and spokespeople, please feel free to contact them below.