Greg Galluccio is a 30 year veteran of the industry, with work experience at UL, Leviton, and MaxLite, and now he’s working as a consultant in product development and marketing at his own company, Lotevo.
Lighting is now a commodity good and that means lighting needs to be practical and sellable for everyone in the industry.
Over the course of this conversation we discuss issues with vendors, feature creep, patent traps and trolls, regional problems, and why nobody wants to harmonize.
Greg and Michael also went through his Youtube channel to discuss the reasons you can’t sell controls, what it means to create a gamechanging product, and the Internet of Breaker Panels.
This one is a classic lighting dork discussion, please enjoy.
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