Building a better leash

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A good idea can come from anywhere.

Case in point – a waterski handle can transform into one of the most durable and versatile dog leashes on the market.

erfahrungen mit zoomtrader EzyDog, based in Ponderay, produces harnesses and leashes geared to match the active lifestyle of dogs and their adventurous owners. John Hatcher, alongside Australian partners Phil and Luke Hatcher, first developed the products from experience in the watersports industry.

كتابة طلب “We used to take waterski rope parts and make dog leashes out them, then Phil had the idea to put shock-absorbing bungee sections into it, which became the company’s first product, the Cujo Leash,” John Hatcher said. “The shock-absorbing section reduces the strain on the handler as well as the dog during those sudden lunges or jolts.”

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want to buy Tastylia in usa The company now has numerous active-lifestyle products for dogs, including collars, car restraints, backpacks, toys and lifejackets. Their signature training leash, the Vario 4, converts from a 6-to-3-to-1.5 ft on the go, giving the handler the versatility of three leashes in one.

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تحليل مقال بمجلة Hatcher said their typical customer is looking for something of higher quality than what’s available at the giant retail stores.

opcje binarne oszustwo “I was at a trade show and a woman came up to me and literally started to cry because she had two Labradors and couldn’t walk them together because of a recent shoulder injury she sustained,” Hatcher said.

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binäre optionen strategie indikatoren “Every year at a trade show someone will say, ‘Wow, this is a cool product. I’ve never heard of you,’” Hatcher said. “It can be frustrating in that we’ve been around for 10 years and spent a lot of time and money on marketing. But then again, it is exciting to know there are still so many people out there we can reach.”

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How to make money selling pictures online ebooks “I am always looking for an outside opinion from people who have been where I am or have expertise in a field relevant to our business,” Hatcher said.

Based on suggestions from the Idaho SBDC, Hatcher takes a much deeper look at his sales.

“Really looking at what is selling, who is selling and how certain distributors are selling it better than others,” he said. “And margin, margin, margin. Net profit is much more important to us now than sales revenue.”

His message to growing businesses: Have a well-researched plan to back that idea or product.

“There are so many things that have to support the business outside of the product alone,” Hatcher said. “Spending a few hours with someone who has been through it can be invaluable in saving time and making mistakes.”

EzyDog corporate offices are located at 436 Larkspur St. Ubit C in Ponderay. For more information, visit www.EzyDog.com

For more information about North Idaho College’s Idaho Small Business Development Center, visit www.NIsbdc.com or call (208) 655-5085

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