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Shark Tank Failure? See What The Show Did For The DoorBot’s Sales

Jamie Siminoff is the definition of “serial entrepreneur.” He has six startups to his name including a successfully funded (and eventually refunded) Kickstarter campaign. He launched a crowdfunding platform called Christie Street that is currently dormant, but before it went dormant he also crowdfunded a second product… Read More

DoorBot Turns Down Offer From Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary (Video)

Jamie Siminoff, inventor of the DoorBot and founder of crowdfunding platform Christie Street, appeared on ABC’s Shark Tank over the weekend. In the end only one shark was interested in providing capital for Siminoff and his product, which is set to appear in Staples stores… Read More

BRIEF: Christie Street Alum DoorBot To Appear On ABC’s Shark Tank Tonight

Tonight at 9 PM, James Siminoff will pitch the DoorBot to the sharks on Shark Tank. The DoorBot was a pilot project of sorts for crowdfunding platform Christie Street, which Siminoff created after being frustrated by the shortcomings of other rewards-based sites for hardware projects…. Read More

In Pictures: DoorBots Being Prepared For Delivery

The DoorBot was the first campaign on product-centric crowdfunding platform Christie Street. It was also the first success on the platform, having raised over a quarter of a million dollars. RELATED: As ChristieStreet Prepares Launch, Crowd Feedback Means An Improved DoorBot For Backers Now the team… Read More

As ChristieStreet Prepares Launch, Crowd Feedback Means An Improved DoorBot For Backers

On September 1, 2012, Jamie Siminoff closed a successful Kickstarter campaign for the POP Charging Station. The POP was to be a multifunctional charging station that could power multiple smart devices. 1,000 backers pledged just short of $140,000 to the campaign. At the time, he… Read More

Christie Street Launches Crowdfunding Portal for Product Designers

The crowdfunding platforms that make the most noise (see: Kickstarter) are becoming more and more reluctant to accept product-focused offerings (see: KickstarterReject.com) for a variety of reasons: patent concerns, fulfillment concerns, liability concerns and the list goes on and on.  Are their concerns valid?  Debatable,… Read More

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