Kevin Harrington is probably best known for being one of the original "Sharks" on the hit TV show Shark Tank!
In 1984, Kevin produced one of the industry's first 30 minute infomercials. Since then Kevin has been involved with over 500 product launches with sales of over $4 billion worldwide. Kevin Harrington is widely acknowledged as a pioneer and principal architect of the infomercial industry.
Listen in as Kevin gives us the most profound advice he received from his mentors and how it changed his business and his life!
-how Kevin’s empire started with a simple idea!
-the one thing that Richard Brunson said to him that changed everything!
-the most important thing that every entrepreneur needs to do to leverage their time and scale their business!
Kevin Harrington, chairman and founder of TVGoods, Inc., is widely acknowledged as a pioneer and principal architect of the infomercial industry.
Kevin founded Quantum International, Ltd. in the mid 1980s, which merged into National Media Corporation in 1991. Under his leadership as President, National Media reached $500 million in annual sales, distributing in over 100 countries and 20 languages. This company’s success has been chronicled in a case study at Harvard/MIT for over a decade.
Kevin was also CEO of several other entrepreneurial companies including HSN Direct, a joint venture with Home Shopping Network, in 1994 and Reliant International Media in 1997.
He recently released a book entitled "Act Now: How I Turn Ideas into Million-Dollar Products" that chronicles his life and experiences in the DRTV industry.
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