Mr. Nathoo led the development of Square Payroll and also served as CEO and co-founder of Trigger.io. He holds an MEng in Electrical and Information Sciences from The University of Cambridge. Amir is a regular contributor to Entrepreneur, has been featured in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Inc., Fast Company, and Forbes and has been on Bloomberg and Cheddar TV. For more information visit OUTSCHOOL.COM
Our second guest today is Ed Spitaletta the President & Chief Executive Officer of StoreMaxx Inc., a manufacturing company and brand marketer of the Snap Pak brand of food storage container products. Prior to graduation, Ed began his experience in the grocery business working for Enterprise Marketing, a New York Metro based sales agency. After graduation, he continued his employment at Enterprise Marketing on a full-time basis, first calling on major retailers in the New York market.
Ed began his merchandising career as the founder of Shelf Tech Inc., regional marketing and merchandising Company. Shelf Tech, in 1987, was a pioneering innovation as the 1st retail merchandising company in existence in the New York area. Ed sold his interests in Shelf Tech in 2006 to start StoreMaxx Inc., a manufacturing company in the consumer packaged goods industry.
Ed is also the co-inventor of the “CLIP STRIP.” Clip Strip is a merchandising display tool used by retailers worldwide. A rather simple invention, Clip Strip is similar to the potato chip clips you invariably will find in taverns and restaurants, a display vehicle used to create impulse sales utilizing what was otherwise “dead” space while creating secondary locations for promotional and “in-line” product lines.
Snap Pac is The Original Meal Prep Container, Made in North America, BPA Free & FDA Approved Food Safe For your family. Look online for Ed’s newest product is Hot Box. For more information go to snappakusa.com