Another trip to Medtrade, another successful learning experience.
I probably don’t give her enough credit, as all of the videos center around me and my shenanigans, but going to a tradeshow with Sabine Hairabedian (our R&D expert, mechanical engineer and The Wharton School School grad) is like bringing Michael Jordan to your neighborhood pickup basketball game.
As I took pictures and shook hands and acted all goofy for the camera, Sabine is literally underneath beds, turning equipment upside down and taking things apart to verify and grade the quality of craftsmanship and dependability. It’s like bringing your mechanic to the car dealership.
She’s a weapon and has been so instrumental in deciding what new equipment and solutions we should be offering at On The Mend Medical Supplies & Equipment.
There is no doubt in my mind that our company offers the best and most advanced equipment on the market and Sabine Hairabedian is the standout reason for that. I would love to have insight to her mind for every decision I ever make in life going forward. Thanks Sabine. We couldn’t do this without you. Teamwork makes the dream work.
1- Somebody’s excited to be here. Mechanical engineers love this stuff.
2- This commode is making me thirsty.
3- She’s mapping out our strategy as I’m wondering what they’re serving in the food court.
4- Brian Pavlin – the brains behind the Immersus Health Company brand. I’m definitely doing business with him in the future.
5- Our incredible sales rep, Tom Corey and Alyssa Golden, the digital guru of Golden Technologies.
6- Richard Golden, founder of Golden Technologies. We owe this guy. His chairs are the heartbeat of On The Mend. He’s also my new idol. Talk about a guy who gets it. You would never know he has done what he has done.
7- Sabine testing out the #DawnHouse beds and probably hoping I wander off again.
8- Sabine at the new product pavilion. When I met her 6 years ago, her invention, The Lift Me Up, was in there and walked away with a silver medal in best new product of 2017.
9- I wonder what she’s thinking about as I’m still stunned after all these years that they can get this many people in this heavy of a plane, up in the air.