It all starts here…
The MVP or minimum viable product. You will need to build and test your concept to know if you should try to take it to market. Failure points are critical to acknowledge and should not be glazed over just because you have money in your eyes. I have been there before and went through the trials and returns from sad and disappointed customers.
Every step of the prototype process is covered!
Final physical prototype.
Under 1/32" precision tolerance.
BUILD YOUR EMPIRE.
IMPLEMENT STRATEGY TO BUILD YOU BUSINESS.
1. Know Your brand
establish your target audience
determine your ideal customer
distinguish resources (financial, personnel, time, network, etc.)
2. Establish Goals
quantify expected audience reach
set sales targets
practical and attainable
create a time frame for the goals we will set
realistic, goals set for the long term.
List appropriate steps to complete goals
1. Ad Campaigns
web / print
designed to fit branding
2. Email Blasts
strategize for a better open/click rate
3. Social Media Management
consistent brand message
scheduling and tracking
4. In-Field Marketing
provides a personal feel
word of mouth
long standing relationships
Business is built on relationships. Through my experience, I have been fortunate enough to build priceless connections with manufacturers and work with them first hand. This comes to a benefit for clients as I have been through the trenches and problems that come when finding a good manufacturer. Because of this, I could help avoid and navigate through potential problems.
Ultimately you’ll want to take this concept to production. I have taken many concepts through to production and successful delivery. Watching over production and making sure you’ve have dotted your “i’s” and crossed your “t’s” is very important before this step.
I have an idea, can you help me make it?
Yes, from prototyping to taking it to market. I have done it every step of the way for many brands.
How much do you charge?
This varies from business to business. I like to have my skin in the game with you so if your business fails, so do I. So this works best by sharing a percentage of sales plus and hourly rate.
Do you do everything yourself?
I am a full service, one stop business builder. Almost every task I can complete to some extent. If I am not capable of completing the task to the highest quality, I use my personal network and relationships to get the job done.