Since 2003, we have been creating product and company launches for many of the top product creators, space agencies (Mars One), and companies.
Our launches span across many company and product categories, ranging from...
Nutritional products, SAS companies, direct selling companies, credit card processing, high-ticket events, online courses, crowd-funding campaigns, business opportunities, new inventions, air purification companies, national hotel chains, nationally-known music artists, new cell phone companies, cosmetics, online memberships, health, books, Amazon products, and many, many more.
Over the span of 13+ years and well over 2 dozen launches later, we have developed multiple strategies and unique processes on how to launch a new product and/or a company to generate both buzz and product sales.
Our string of successes range from: $1,000,000.00 in sales in 24 hours, $700,000.00 launch weeks, $300,000.00 launch weeks, and many other 6-figure launch weeks and 7-figure businesses launched.
Every company and product is different. We create a fully customized launch strategy to meet and exceed your company's goals.
Failed Launches = Immense Learning Opportunities
Just like NASA and other space agencies, over the years we have had our fair share of launches that either did not make it off of the launch pad, or worse.
The knowledge gained over the years have taught us exactly where the pitfalls are, what to watch out for on the technology side, what contingency plans to have in place, and so on.
Why do we even bring up our failures?
Because whether you choose to work with us or another product or company launch consulting or marketing agency, make 100% sure you hire someone who has both successes, as well as failures in the past.
After all, would you feel comfortable getting onto a brand new plane from a brand new airline that has yet to test their planes?
Of course not.
Whether you are launching a new test rocket into space, or you're launching a new business, there are hundreds, even thousands of moving parts.
It takes trial. It takes error. But eventually, you learn exactly what's needed to get off of the launch pad and launch successfully.