Erick Royer

Erick Royer

About Erick Royer

Erick Royer is the Board Member at the Northwest Connecticut Chamber of Commerce. Erick Royer can be contacted via phone at +1 (203) 556 - 1856 or via email at I have a diverse background focusing mainly on entrepreneurial endeavors, specializing in business development, customer relations, team building, marketing (online, guerrilla, and conventional), effective writing, CNC and 3D Printing, and product development. I started my first company as a senior in high school, Custom Audio - a custom car audio, alarm, fabrication company. We specialized in making the impossible possible, giving customers high end custom stereo solutions in their automobiles. After selling my car audio company to my partner, I went to work for a large direct mail corporation called Federal Direct. I specialized in operations, team building, production planning, technical support, computer programming and procurement. I left there with an offer from a partnering company to the position of Director of Sales and Marketing for Energy Saving Products. ESP was a global leader in document form handling equipment which had 6 employees when I started and over 25 when I left 4 years later. I was responsible for on and offline marketing and for building a global sales team which involved traveling globally to procure partnerships for distribution. It was during this time that I went through the Dale Carnegie training program and made the art of interacting and influencing people the basis of my future professional career. I left ESP after the birth of my son in 2002 and co-developed an online radio control forum called, taking it from a few thousand member free discussion board where people talked about their passion for the radio control hobby and turned it into a 500,000+ member community which was later sold to Hurst Publications and again to Internet Brands. My responsibilities were sales, marketing and communications. During this time, I also started Tag Sale Guys (Later Boomerangs Resale Outlet) which was a large store that sold gently used goods as well as a an EBay drop-off center.

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