Gregory Brett’s career in lifestyle technology integration began in
management when he worked for two of the world’s largest consumer electronics
retailers, Circuit City and Best Buy. Early on, he recognized that most
consumers were confused and uncertain about bringing home new technologies and
retailers were ill-equipped for installation and integration of those systems.
In 2002, Greg leveraged these widespread industry challenges. He devised a
strategy in which he would provide clients with much needed home technology
consultation, implementation and integration services. His business
partner was Robin McCune, a mechanical engineering graduate of Tufts University,
with whom he worked years before at Circuit City. They shared a common interest
and an understanding of the tremendous demand for new technology installation
and integration solutions. A networking trip to the CEDIA trade conference and
Sound Good Corporation was officially established.
Greg’s role within Sounds Good is the development and growth of the
organization’s network of dealers and managing retailer relations. His
invaluable management experience and networking opportunities with major
retailers have opened many significant doors in this arena. He is the originator
of the company’s mantra, “Learn it. Do it. Teach it,” which aptly describes its
core competencies and key market segments served within the industry.