Today’s guest is Brian Carver, CEO of Atlas 46.
Atlas 46 provides unique, quality, American made products to several industries. The core products are tool belt vests, popular with construction workers, mechanics, and
After tiring of software, Brian took over this business, which his father had recently launched. He grew it to a
Atlas 46’s greatest growth came after Brian moved the sales focus online. Sales grew 117%
Brian uses Ecwid
- We started going to smaller communities that were economically not in great shape. And we opened historic buildings. We picked buildings that were falling down the most, one of the buildings we’re in is from 1906. We rehabbed them completely with hardwood floors, temperature control, we hired developing teams. We brought our own production system. We’re not looking to drive the price out of it. We’re looking to innovate at a high, high level. That’s the way we look at it. We really like restoring these communities. It’s amazing to watch a community flourish.
- I have no desire to make a cheap product. I desire to make a product that is not disposable. I want to make the best quality humanly possible. I don’t believe that communities are disposable, I don’t believe that people are disposable, I don’t believe that product is disposable either.
- I don’t really care about search optimization, don’t care at all, to be honest. I care primarily about Is my brand doing the correct thing, is my brand telling the story? To me, the job of marketing is to articulate what our company and business are doing to the community and being as accurate and honest as we can with our consumers.