Company’s second fundraising effort, initial investors are noted architectural and building product leaders CHICAGO – July 5, 2017 – Chicago-based fire and safety startup Oval Brand Fire Products Corporation announces the opening of an equity round with proceeds used to scale operations, drive the Company’s second major product line from R&D into production, increase inventory,
Kevin Kozlowski, President and CEO of Oval Brand Fire Products joins Enterprise Radio to discuss the journey from idea to taking his product to market.
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Kevin Kozlowski discuss the following:
- Can you explain how you conceptualized the Oval Brand Fire extinguisher?
- Can you explain the importance of patenting your designs and how you protect them?
- Can you give us the top three challenges associated with raising capital?
- Where can listeners purchase Oval Brand Fire Products and where can we get more details online?
Oval Brand Fire Products was honored to be one of 10 finalists competing for the WBBM Small Business Grant Challenge sponsored by Canon MAXIFY Printers. After all 10 presented their stories, the judges compared notes and selected a winner. We’re thrilled to have been selected!
Model 10JABC Fire Extinguisher Inside a 12″x27″ Fire Rated Cabinet Model 10JABC Fire Extinguisher Model 10HABC Fire Extinguisher Model 10JABC Fire Extinguisher Inside a 12″x27″ Non-Fire Rated, Standard Cabinet
Find Oval Brand BIM files for Revit, AutoCAD, and SketchUp, now on BIMobject! Click the links below to find Oval Brand BIM files and more on BIMobject:
It’s not sexy, but our new standpipe hose outlet has potential to be very disruptive within the fire sprinkler industry. Not listed yet, but we’re diligently working on it. To learn more, click the link and review slides 15-20.
Another US patent awarded to the Oval Brand! Our innovative bracket design, which we refer to as our “button hook”, greatly reduces the risk of fire extinguishers from falling when bumped into or shaken. There are lots of damaged floors, extinguishers, and broken toes caused by fire extinguishers falling from the industry’s current standard design