Seymour Segnit Gained Selling Insights In Early Job at Photo Lab


Before Seymour Segnit was prowling California’s, Silicon Valley and leveraging a $25 million start-up venture, he was a college dropout who was tackling a number of odd jobs as he sought his way in the world.

One of those earing positions was managing a ski resort and also moonlighting as a technician in a photo lab. It was there that Seymour Segnit began to gain key insights into what makes the minds of customers click. He found out that if you went the extra mile to give photographers an extra special deal on photo development work, they appreciated it to a remarkable degree.

Seymour Segnit learned then and there that making a customer say “Wow! I wasn’t expecting that!” not only meant they would be a happy customer but could be converted into repeat buyers.

Seymour Segnit would learn more lessons on selling by taking jobs with major advertising firms, including Ogilvy & Mather and Saatchi & Saatchi. He later became attuned to public discourse and mass communication by becoming a host for a radio show with British top-rated Capital FM. View Additional Info Here.

Segnit’s numerous jobs across an array of industries prepared him well to enter the realm of start-up entrepreneurs. After jobs in the U.K. and South Africa, he eventually found his way to the United States and Ground Zero of high-tech development, Silicon Valley.

He launched several companies, including SPEEDILICIOUS, a firm that offered a way to make websites work faster. He also got involved in various forms of internet marketing and online advertising. Go Here for related Information.

Seymour Segnit’s current venture is MAGFAST. He predicts it will be his biggest. It’s an all-in-one charging system that can juice up all the devices we use in our lives every day, from smartphones to computer tablets. MAGFAST was launched with a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign and has generated unprecedented interest.


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