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Dean Scaduto, 32 

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Dean Scaduto, 32 

How risk-taker founded his own remodeling business after dabbling in fashion and politics.

April 5, 2021
Dean Scaduto


Kitchen Infinity / New York 

2020 Revenue: $3.4 Million 

 To Kitchen Infinity and Beyond: 

I was lucky when I was younger to get experience in a lot of fields—finance, politics, even fashion—but all I ever really wanted to do was learn how to do business, and then build one of my own. Once I had an idea, I found a few investors that believed in my vision and ability to execute. A few months before launch, I started studying marketing to save money and a friend offered to pay me to promote his company.

I found that once you start risking everything to build something of your own, opportunities for success multiply.

Before I even opened the business I was planning, I was generating enough income marketing other companies that I decided to shelve my original idea and give the investors their money back. I found that once you start risking everything to build something of your own, opportunities for success multiply. For my second venture, Kitchen Infinity, it’s been really satisfying to help customers create beautiful spaces that enrich the family experience and help increase the value of their homes.

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