These gifs of the Circuit Scribe in action are pretty great.
A little over a year ago I started a company with my folks. My parents ran a full service advertising agency called Etkin & Harris for about 35 years.
During the first dot com boom my father put the agency business on hold to run marketing at HotJobs, Vonage, Kayak, and a few other startups. He took them from infancy to IPO and oversaw hundred million dollar marketing budgets.
My mother who was the creative director of the firm always had a passion for interior design and was always renovating our old dairy farm from 1770. Actually, my folks used to rent it for photo shoots and we’d have a bunch of retail brands shoot their catalogs on our unique property.
One of the Art Directors at the shoot asked my mother to furnish his home. That was her first project which kindled her interior design practice. And once she began getting referrals in Manhattan we realized the huge opportunity for right sized fine furniture for smaller spaces.
We created the Itsy Bitsy Ritzy Shop as a turnkey solution to this problem. And we focus on handcrafted artisanal hardwood and upholstered furniture which is designed for smaller spaces. The IBR Shop officially launched in October 2012 and have since been featured in CNN, Business Insider, HGTV Remodels, Life Edited, Apt Therapy, Interior Design and a few others. We’ve also had the privilege to work on lots of diverse, unique opportunities. And we are proud to have been profiled as an American manufacturing company in the American Journey series at the end of last year in CNN Living.
Our clients include boutique hotels, fully furnished rentals, starter homes, corporate units, and staging and model units. You never know who’s looking for furniture for small spaces. And we have referral program.
Just wanted to drop the universe a quick update.
What up Tumblr. Check out The IBR Shop.
This guy is an executive at AOL. His title is Digital Profit. For a $3.74 Billion Dollar market cap publicly traded company. I’d be pissed if I was a shareholder. Lucky I’m not that dumb. How fucking stupid is this?
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