Equator Print completes 3D Product Modelling Design and CGI Videos for www.sockitz.co.uk as featured on BBC Dragons Den. Richard Brook secured investment from BBC Dragons Den Stars – Theo Paphitis and Deborah Meaden.
Richards pitch on BBC Dragons’ Den was edited from 3 minutes to less than 90 seconds. As a result, viewers missed out on the main product. Richard developed his safety shield ten years ago. It was a new re-useable version which prompted a trip to the Den.
It was Richard’s time managing rewires in the social housing sector, which inspired the creation of Sockitz. Electricians needed to attend site multiple times during the rewiring process. Obviously, for the rewire itself, then another visit to loosen sockets and perform safe isolation for other trades. Painters, plasterers and tilers all need electrical accessories removing from the wall to allow them to create a high-quality finish. While this is not a significant issue in a new build, in occupied homes, tenants need power restoring as soon as possible. Visit: www.sockitz.com to find our more.