I've spent the last 10 years in various sales, management, and account management roles in various industries. I've been successful managing people and projects, innovating new solutions for my employers and our clients, and building relationships from cold calls through strong consultative relationships. I started my first company in college and used the time since to build the skills I need to be an effective leader. I'm now seeking to raise capital for my new venture, Stylinity, based largely on a business plan I wrote in college more than a decade ago and which I've been honing in my mind ever since.
We're currently seeking approximately $2,000,000 to really launch the company. Between my investment and those of our investors, we've built a full product suite and successfully launched, and we now need to really go to market. The money will be used to pay my very competent team, cover legal fees largely related to filing patents, rent some office space, and market our products, for which I've already established significant demand. We've now planned a very detailed marketing campaign that will place us in a handful of strategically placed stores, involve DJs and radio stations targeting our key demographic, and drive them into those stores so they are exposed to our product and share the images produced with their friends.