We interviewed David Wu, president and founder of Topseat International, Inc., which sells some of the most creative and interesting toilet seats currently in the market.
CHESTER: What is the name of your company and when was it founded?
David: Topseat International, Inc. was founded in 2011.
CHESTER: Where is your office located?
David: We sell our products online, but the physical office is in Plano, Texas.
CHESTER: What are your projected revenues for this year?
David: We expect revenue to be around $8 million in 2013.
CHESTER: Are there any exciting new products or innovations on the horizon for your company?
David: We are excited about many of our new products such as the TinyHiney Potty and the Realtree Camo Pattern Toilet Seat. In addition, we are currently in the process of designing a metal vitreous enamel toilet seat that will be long lasting and durable.
CHESTER: What makes your company different?
David: We strive to make quality products that stand out at the top of our field. Hence our company name: Topseat.
CHESTER: Why did you found this company?
David: I had a dream to create the most innovative company with a brand synonymous with producing the highest quality toilet seat.
CHESTER: What has your experience working with CHESTER been like? Would you recommend us to a friend or a business associate? Why or why not?
David: It has been a wonderful experience working with Jim Chester and his team on our trademarks and business consultations. I would recommend CHESTER to a friend or business associate because Jim and his team have always been available when we have needed them.
CHESTER: What will your company look like in 5 years?
David: Topseat International, Inc. will be a toilet seat company that is respected worldwide that is known for “Top Standards for Toilet Seats” not just for the quality of products we produce, but in everything we do.
CHESTER: Is there anything else you’d like to say?
David: We would like to express our sincere thanks and gratitude to the firm for all the help and guidance this past year to get us where we are today. Thanks Again!