How I Got My Product From Marketing To Distribution – Inventing Tape Boss (Part 3)

How I Got My Product From Marketing To Distribution – Inventing Tape Boss (Part 3)

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Part 3: Rich Bosch gets a 3D printed working prototype of Tape Boss. With a meeting lined up with Home Hardware, Rich negotiates a deal with plans to get on CBC’s Dragon’s Den. Then we head out to meet HGTV reno celebrities Bryan Baeumler and Paul Lafrance! This venture began two years ago, but we’ll be telling the whole story and explaining the entire process right here. Watch more Tape Boss episodes:

00:06 1st 3D Printed Prototype
01:57 Tape Boss Assembly
02:36 Tape Boss Promo for Home Hardware
03:03 Meeting Bryan Baeumler at Book Signing
04:43 Meeting Paul Lafrance

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5 thoughts on “How I Got My Product From Marketing To Distribution – Inventing Tape Boss (Part 3)

  1. At the end there, it’s hard to get recognized by those big name people. Just like you said, there having fun with it off camera but there all under contract with there sponsors.

  2. Hell, id buy one of those tape bosses. Would be pretty handy since I always forget what size to cut trim at haha

  3. Rich I wish you only the best with the tape boss. I’m sure some companies out there are ALREADY trying to make their own spin off because of how cool it is.

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