Brian Bouldin President, CEO
Brian Bouldin is a business executive specializing in mass market consumer goods product development, channel strategy and launch plan execution. His expertises include directing manufacturing, strategic sourcing worldwide and all aspects of retail sell-through. He is a skilled negotiator handling contract and licensing negotiations for partnerships in multiple product categories on multiple continents including North America, Asia, Australia, Canada, South America, and Central America. He is a strategic sales leader with extensive marketing and channel sales experience in developing and leading partnership alliances with National Retail chains.
Brian used his experience in international business development to launch Primetime Petz, a Rockwall, Texas company that designs and manufactures unique furniture-quality wooden pet gates, crates, and steps. The company provides superior quality pet furniture that pet owners feel proud to display in their homes. Primetime Petz has been in business seven years, has four employees, and holds multiple contracts with major retailers.
Because of his own experience, Brian understands the technical needs of small businesses. He has personally experienced the frustrations that come from technology designed with too few or too many features to meet the day-to-day needs of product centric small companies. In order to meet those needs he partnered with Preet Kumar of Cityon Systems, Inc. to develop and design a system to efficiently manage and automate order processing, shipping labels, accounting entries, and marketplace portals in order to connect the key moving parts of his own small business. He partnered with Preet in 2015 to offer their new system, OPAL, to other business owners who need to free up their resources to run their business efficiently and effectively.
Brian attended Baylor University and studied Production Operations Management and minored in Management Information Systems. Additionally, Brian also completed the SBA Emerging Leaders (E200) and the Goldman Sachs grant funded program 10,000 Small Businesses programs.