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Veteran entrepreneur bitten by new bugVeteran entrepreneur bitten by new bugVeteran entrepreneur bitten by new bug

by:Grade     2020-04-01
WATERLOO —
Kacee Vasudeva could have packed it three years ago when his Waterloo auto parts company, Maxtech Manufacturing, was forced into bankruptcy due to the global recession and car recession.
In the 32 years of Maxtech\'s startup, he has achieved more than most entrepreneurs, making exhaust parts, fuel
System components, brake drums, etc.
At its peak, the company hired 500 employees, earning $100 million a year. “We were No.
In the world of oxygen
Vasudeva said proudly.
In this 67-no exityear-
Old immigrants from India
A few years ago, he was bitten by a startup worm, but it didn\'t let go.
\"I don\'t think I will ever retire completely,\" he said . \".
This time, the bug that bit him had legs instead of wheels.
Vasudeva has set up a company to eliminate the scourge of homeowners, travelers and innkeeper: bed bugs.
Referred to as BeapCo, the company produces a variety of products, including traps, test kits, coasters suitable for placing under chairs, bed legs and electric poles that act as bug catcher at the same time.
There is even a travel kit with a probe trap, bug spray and a laundry bag to take your bug away
There are a lot of clothes at home.
It dissolves when thrown into the washing machine.
After the death of Maxtech Manufacturing, Vasudeva is looking for something to inspire his enthusiasm for starting a business.
He also owns Maxtech consumer products, which are designed and supply hardware stores for electric tool accessories such as Canadian tires and Home Hardware, from A-30, 000square-
Hiking factory on Colby Avenue, Waterloo.
But the company is small.
About 20 employees.
It\'s been years.
The spark of the new adventure comes from the article he began to notice in the media about the little bug, which is smaller than a grain of rice
Become a threat.
When one of his managers went home on vacation to complain about the bug infection, he and several engineers at Maxtech began working on the issue.
They visited the trade show and talked to pest. control firms.
They noticed most pests.
Control companies use some form of chemical to eliminate these tiny insects.
\"We are an engineering company.
We don\'t know much about bugs and chemicals.
We look at it from a completely different perspective, \"he said.
Bed bugs are attracted by the body\'s heat.
Vasudeva and his team came up with a trap to simulate the environment by emitting carbon dioxide and heat, attracting bugs to a piece of sticky glue.
Traps can be placed between the mattress and the spring on the bed or under the mat on the chair.
Vasudeva says it not only avoids the use of chemicals, but also traps are more durable than products sold by competitors.
Another innovation is the roller coaster that can be placed under the chair legs or bed columns.
Other types of coasters stop bed bugs, but they don\'t stop them from returning to where they came from, and they don\'t indicate the source of the pest.
BeapCo came up with a design that uses a groove wall that not only captures bugs, but also shows where they come from.
Another challenge is to find a way to hide the trap so that hotel guests do not know that there may be a bug problem.
BeapCo first tried the desk lamp and radio and then settled down on the power bar with a trap below.
\"We have all the testing tools,\" Vasudeva said . \" He also owns an indoor golf dome called Max\'s golf center in Waterloo.
The products are designed and assembled in BeapCo, but the manufacturing is outsourced to global and Canadian manufacturers.
\"We are trying to bring more manufacturing back to Canada,\" Vasudeva said . \".
BeapCo\'s products have been tested and certified by the University of Rutgers, New Jersey, which is the North American bed bug administration.
Vasudeva said the company tried to find a university in Canada to prove its bug system, but no university exists.
2012 was the first year BeapCo went public with sales of $75,000, but Vasudeva expects sales to exceed $2 million this year.
The hotel is very far from Italy and New Zealand. “People (In the industry)
\"Some companies can produce products that do not use chemicals and are as effective as chemicals,\" Vasudeva said . \".
He envisioned five channels in the market: hardware store
Managing companies, hotels, tourism and moreunit housing.
BeapCo products sell well on home hardware and websites. ca and Amazon. com.
BeapCo has five employees and lives in the same building as Maxtech consumer goods.
The company also plans to sell a fruit
Fly Trap, good-
The backyard mosquito trap with audio-visual light rain bucket.
The ultimate goal of Vasudeva is to be No.
Eliminate one or two bugs and other nasty insects in the world.
He said the company studied the issue, listened to the opinions of experts, and then sorted out its engineering strength \"to address the needs of customers \".
Chowitt @ township enterprises.
Comber elimination and prevention 602 Dr. Corby, Waterloo519-746-2327 www. beapco.
CaEmployees: 5 Waterloo-
Kacee Vasudeva could have packed it three years ago when his Waterloo auto parts company, Maxtech Manufacturing, was forced into bankruptcy due to the global recession and car recession.
In the 32 years of Maxtech\'s startup, he has achieved more than most entrepreneurs, making exhaust parts, fuel
System components, brake drums, etc.
At its peak, the company hired 500 employees, earning $100 million a year. “We were No.
In the world of oxygen
Vasudeva said proudly.
In this 67-no exityear-
Old immigrants from India
A few years ago, he was bitten by a startup worm, but it didn\'t let go.
\"I don\'t think I will ever retire completely,\" he said . \".
This time, the bug that bit him had legs instead of wheels.
Vasudeva has set up a company to eliminate the scourge of homeowners, travelers and innkeeper: bed bugs.
Referred to as BeapCo, the company produces a variety of products, including traps, test kits, coasters suitable for placing under chairs, bed legs and electric poles that act as bug catcher at the same time.
There is even a travel kit with a probe trap, bug spray and a laundry bag to take your bug away
There are a lot of clothes at home.
It dissolves when thrown into the washing machine.
After the death of Maxtech Manufacturing, Vasudeva is looking for something to inspire his enthusiasm for starting a business.
He also owns Maxtech consumer products, which are designed and supply hardware stores for electric tool accessories such as Canadian tires and Home Hardware, from A-30, 000square-
Hiking factory on Colby Avenue, Waterloo.
But the company is small.
About 20 employees.
It\'s been years.
The spark of the new adventure comes from the article he began to notice in the media about the little bug, which is smaller than a grain of rice
Become a threat.
When one of his managers went home on vacation to complain about the bug infection, he and several engineers at Maxtech began working on the issue.
They visited the trade show and talked to pest. control firms.
They noticed most pests.
Control companies use some form of chemical to eliminate these tiny insects.
\"We are an engineering company.
We don\'t know much about bugs and chemicals.
We look at it from a completely different perspective, \"he said.
Bed bugs are attracted by the body\'s heat.
Vasudeva and his team came up with a trap to simulate the environment by emitting carbon dioxide and heat, attracting bugs to a piece of sticky glue.
Traps can be placed between the mattress and the spring on the bed or under the mat on the chair.
Vasudeva says it not only avoids the use of chemicals, but also traps are more durable than products sold by competitors.
Another innovation is the roller coaster that can be placed under the chair legs or bed columns.
Other types of coasters stop bed bugs, but they don\'t stop them from returning to where they came from, and they don\'t indicate the source of the pest.
BeapCo came up with a design that uses a groove wall that not only captures bugs, but also shows where they come from.
Another challenge is to find a way to hide the trap so that hotel guests do not know that there may be a bug problem.
BeapCo first tried the desk lamp and radio and then settled down on the power bar with a trap below.
\"We have all the testing tools,\" Vasudeva said . \" He also owns an indoor golf dome called Max\'s golf center in Waterloo.
The products are designed and assembled in BeapCo, but the manufacturing is outsourced to global and Canadian manufacturers.
\"We are trying to bring more manufacturing back to Canada,\" Vasudeva said . \".
BeapCo\'s products have been tested and certified by the University of Rutgers, New Jersey, which is the North American bed bug administration.
Vasudeva said the company tried to find a university in Canada to prove its bug system, but no university exists.
2012 was the first year BeapCo went public with sales of $75,000, but Vasudeva expects sales to exceed $2 million this year.
The hotel is very far from Italy and New Zealand. “People (In the industry)
\"Some companies can produce products that do not use chemicals and are as effective as chemicals,\" Vasudeva said . \".
He envisioned five channels in the market: hardware store
Managing companies, hotels, tourism and moreunit housing.
BeapCo products sell well on home hardware and websites. ca and Amazon. com.
BeapCo has five employees and lives in the same building as Maxtech consumer goods.
The company also plans to sell a fruit
Fly Trap, good-
The backyard mosquito trap with audio-visual light rain bucket.
The ultimate goal of Vasudeva is to be No.
Eliminate one or two bugs and other nasty insects in the world.
He said the company studied the issue, listened to the opinions of experts, and then sorted out its engineering strength \"to address the needs of customers \".
Chowitt @ township enterprises.
Comber elimination and prevention 602 Dr. Corby, Waterloo519-746-2327 www. beapco.
CaEmployees: 5 Waterloo-
Kacee Vasudeva could have packed it three years ago when his Waterloo auto parts company, Maxtech Manufacturing, was forced into bankruptcy due to the global recession and car recession.
In the 32 years of Maxtech\'s startup, he has achieved more than most entrepreneurs, making exhaust parts, fuel
System components, brake drums, etc.
At its peak, the company hired 500 employees, earning $100 million a year. “We were No.
In the world of oxygen
Vasudeva said proudly.
In this 67-no exityear-
Old immigrants from India
A few years ago, he was bitten by a startup worm, but it didn\'t let go.
\"I don\'t think I will ever retire completely,\" he said . \".
This time, the bug that bit him had legs instead of wheels.
Vasudeva has set up a company to eliminate the scourge of homeowners, travelers and innkeeper: bed bugs.
Referred to as BeapCo, the company produces a variety of products, including traps, test kits, coasters suitable for placing under chairs, bed legs and electric poles that act as bug catcher at the same time.
There is even a travel kit with a probe trap, bug spray and a laundry bag to take your bug away
There are a lot of clothes at home.
It dissolves when thrown into the washing machine.
After the death of Maxtech Manufacturing, Vasudeva is looking for something to inspire his enthusiasm for starting a business.
He also owns Maxtech consumer products, which are designed and supply hardware stores for electric tool accessories such as Canadian tires and Home Hardware, from A-30, 000square-
Hiking factory on Colby Avenue, Waterloo.
But the company is small.
About 20 employees.
It\'s been years.
The spark of the new adventure comes from the article he began to notice in the media about the little bug, which is smaller than a grain of rice
Become a threat.
When one of his managers went home on vacation to complain about the bug infection, he and several engineers at Maxtech began working on the issue.
They visited the trade show and talked to pest. control firms.
They noticed most pests.
Control companies use some form of chemical to eliminate these tiny insects.
\"We are an engineering company.
We don\'t know much about bugs and chemicals.
We look at it from a completely different perspective, \"he said.
Bed bugs are attracted by the body\'s heat.
Vasudeva and his team came up with a trap to simulate the environment by emitting carbon dioxide and heat, attracting bugs to a piece of sticky glue.
Traps can be placed between the mattress and the spring on the bed or under the mat on the chair.
Vasudeva says it not only avoids the use of chemicals, but also traps are more durable than products sold by competitors.
Another innovation is the roller coaster that can be placed under the chair legs or bed columns.
Other types of coasters stop bed bugs, but they don\'t stop them from returning to where they came from, and they don\'t indicate the source of the pest.
BeapCo came up with a design that uses a groove wall that not only captures bugs, but also shows where they come from.
Another challenge is to find a way to hide the trap so that hotel guests do not know that there may be a bug problem.
BeapCo first tried the desk lamp and radio and then settled down on the power bar with a trap below.
\"We have all the testing tools,\" Vasudeva said . \" He also owns an indoor golf dome called Max\'s golf center in Waterloo.
The products are designed and assembled in BeapCo, but the manufacturing is outsourced to global and Canadian manufacturers.
\"We are trying to bring more manufacturing back to Canada,\" Vasudeva said . \".
BeapCo\'s products have been tested and certified by the University of Rutgers, New Jersey, which is the North American bed bug administration.
Vasudeva said the company tried to find a university in Canada to prove its bug system, but no university exists.
2012 was the first year BeapCo went public with sales of $75,000, but Vasudeva expects sales to exceed $2 million this year.
The hotel is very far from Italy and New Zealand. “People (In the industry)
\"Some companies can produce products that do not use chemicals and are as effective as chemicals,\" Vasudeva said . \".
He envisioned five channels in the market: hardware store
Managing companies, hotels, tourism and moreunit housing.
BeapCo products sell well on home hardware and websites. ca and Amazon. com.
BeapCo has five employees and lives in the same building as Maxtech consumer goods.
The company also plans to sell a fruit
Fly Trap, good-
The backyard mosquito trap with audio-visual light rain bucket.
The ultimate goal of Vasudeva is to be No.
Eliminate one or two bugs and other nasty insects in the world.
He said the company studied the issue, listened to the opinions of experts, and then sorted out its engineering strength \"to address the needs of customers \".
Chowitt @ township enterprises.
Comber elimination and prevention 602 Dr. Corby, Waterloo519-746-2327 www. beapco.
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