This Guy Makes Motion Activated Lawn Sprinklers

October 2, 2006 at 7:38 pm Leave a comment

By focusing on shelf space and sell-through at such big-box retailers as Home Depot, the Victoria, British Columbia, startup is on pace to produce $4 million in revenues this year, and more than $8 million in ’07, compared with six-figures a couple of years ago.

“It takes more than a good product to sell well,” says CEO Mark Grambart, whose company makes motion-activated sprinklers meant to chase wild animals from lawns and gardens. “You need to spend as much creativity and innovation to sell your product once it’s on the shelf as you did in creating the product.”

http://www.startupnation.com/pages/articles/sell-through-tips-2.asp

 The founder of  Usight changed his Business Model after the first model failed  See

http://www.inc.com/resources/inc500/profiles/top25-2004/usight.html

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