Seymour Segnit- An Adopter of Crowdfunding for the MAGFAST Launch


MAGFAST Background

In 2017, Seymour Segnit and his wife, Amy, introduced MAGFAST Family. Prior to the introduction of MAGFAST Family, Segnit created the MAGFAST Wall. More than 250,000 units were sold to 69,896 supporters.

Segnit’s original business closed because it grew too quick with scarce funds. The Seymour’s polled the mailing list of the unsuccessful business to see if they can make a fresh start. Eighty-four percent of the supporters of the original invention said that they can start over. See This Article for additional information.

Segnit invented a complete kit of chargers using magnets to bond to each other. This kit has six chargers, which work individually on their own. The Segnit’s collected $250,000 in 15 seconds.


Segnit’s Strategy for Success

Seymour Segnit received a scholarship to study engineering at Oxford University. He was a former employee at Saatchi & Saatchi and Ogilvy & Mather. Seymour Segnit is a passionate connoisseur of digital marketing. Therefore, the smart use of marketing is an important value for him.

His favorite books are “How to Win Friends and Influence People” and “The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs”. Segnit believes that emotional impact on consumers is a cause of his success. Furthermore, he thinks that feelings have a greater importance than logic when it comes to marketing.

Before Seymour Segnit starts his day, he walks four miles in the morning. Walking helps Segnit stay awake throughout the day. In addition to the U.S., Seymour has conducted meetings with his team in China, Macedonia, Italy, and Serbia. Find Additional Information Here.


MAGFAST Future Outlook

He is hopeful about MAGFAST’s future because MAGFAST’s business model was lucrative within the first couple of years. Even if Segnit raised $600,000 in the first day, he’s always looking for different marketing solutions to stay sustainable.

Seymour Segnit recommends that new business owners dedicate 80 percent of their effort and time in marketing activities, or else they’re not going to succeed.


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