Wolven Industries is a single-founder, E-stonian LLC. Founded by a born and raised American citizen, we’re currently headquartered in Spain. Though, we already have a experienced design, development, and marketing team.
Mostly, yes. Though some parts are outsourced on a case-by-case scenario.
100% self-funded through bootstrapping. The CEO, Mike Norton, works full-time as the marketing strategist for OMI Firm (his first company), keeping his cost-of-living low in order to fund the team, the continued education for skill development, advertising, and initial product development.
To break through our barriers-to-entry in the most efficient manner possible, we converted parts of our own homes into labs and engineering firms partially due to the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns.
Currently, we can ship straight from our houses to a pre-warmed audience on social media.
However, with an investor, we can hasten mass production and build an economy of scale with an already-developed marketing plan.
We have pitch decks ready for each product line. When you schedule, you’ll be asked which one you’re interested in.
After the conversation, if we’re a good fit, you’ll receive an invite to our private Slack chat. In it, you can meet with other investors, as well as each of the major team members of the company and watch in real time as we accomplish tasks…whenever you sign in.
Currently, there are two products: our handheld UV-C cleanser, and a DET cord initiator.
The UV-C cleanser is meant for the mass market. The DET cord initiator is meant for military and construction companies.
The UV-C cleanser is at its MVP stage, able to be produced in Europe and shipped worldwide in limited quantities. The DET cord initiator is still in the design phase, awaiting manufacturing in America with respect to international law.
There are no pictures of the DET cord initiator until a provisional patent earns approval. However, we have pitch decks for either product line standing by, if you’re interested.
We’re a team, and just about anything is open to change in order to win. We can’t win without honest constructive criticism, diversity of thought, and openness to change.