In early 2012,
That's when he remembered an ingenious back stretching device, The Body Archer, that his massage therapist friend had invented many years ago, but had never marketed it to the general public. He showed it to
Wald explains, "With 80% of Americans suffering from back pain, myself included, we knew we had a winner of a product!"
A year after The Body Archer's launch, this back stretching chair is recommended by some of the top orthopedic surgeons, including Dr.
However, their startup has bigger plans, Wald explains: "The more challenging 'opportunity' is finding a committed financial partner who really 'gets' what we have so that, with some serious help, we can present it to millions of people rather than to just hundreds. We're at that very critical point of needing an able and enlightened investor or co-owner to grow this business in a big way. It's such a wonderful product and can help millions of people live healthier and happier. Our customer feedback has been over 98% positive, with many raving about the back pain relief they get from their Body Archers! And, so, the search is on for that ideal individual who understands the opportunity and who believes in the product."
With literally thousands of startup businesses out there, locating that perfect angel can be a devil of a job. However, the odds seem to stacked in their favor. It really does look like these two entrepreneurs have done their homework, and they seem to have already built a very solid infrastructure. Since The Body Archer is made in the "City of Angels," Robert and Kim hope they can find one of them soon.
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The Body Archer was invented by a
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