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Simulated Environment Concepts, Inc. (SMEV) Saves Labor

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According to a recent report from Grass Roots Research and Distribution, the market case for Simulated Environment Concepts is based partly on the company’s ability to offer a unique combination of labor-saving benefits to a labor-intensive sector.

SE Concepts, makers of SpaCapsule, an automated and self-contained water massage and sensory stimulation system, has two U.S. patents and one Japanese patent for SpaCapsule, and is seeking a third U.S. patent to further protect its one-of-a-kind system. SpaCapsule provides an advanced computer-controlled user experience, designed by doctors to help relieve stress and pains, and stimulate circulation, both for therapeutic and recreational application. SpaCapsule has now been independently shown to also help with weight loss and cellulite reduction, a major development.

The markets and facilities already being successfully targeted around the world include the following:

• Physicians
• Hotels
• Colleges
• Chiropractors
• Fitness Centers
• Physical Therapy
• Massage/Wellness Centers
• Hospitals
• Bowling Centers
• Weight Treatment
• Airports

SpaCapsule has also been purchased by corporations, for employees, and private individuals for pain relief and relaxation. They are now even used by Relaxation Station in a mobile environment, where SpaCapsule is brought in for special events.

Many of these environments, such as physical therapy centers and hospitals, are labor intensive, and also face increasing budget constraints. SpaCapsule represents a unique way to reduce skilled labor costs, while still providing a high level of needed services.

Through the use of channel partners, SE Concepts has leveraged its marketing efforts, establishing potentially long-lasting revenue producing relationships with fitness chains and distributors. In addition, as the company reduces unit production and material costs through increased efficiencies, margins will continue to grow.

Grass Roots Research believes that revenues for the company could grow from $2.5 million in 2012 to $30.3 million in 2016.

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