Reno’s Josh Smith is Building Something Special

Josh Smith is widely known as a serial entrepreneur in Reno, Nevada. Most of the business that he’s operated are Technology and health-related. This includes developing modular greenhouses to offer an easier means of home hardening. In an interview, he strongly convinced readers that he’s not mainly concerned about making a profit from his business but creating projects that solve problems.

Overall, he hopes that his future projects, growing organic produce and three-dimensional printing appeals, will be useful towards consumers. Josh Smith also responded to questions regarding what to expect on an ordinary workday, handling urgent problems in a company, encountering serious problems in the past, and his source of motivation that allows him to run his business. Smith’s personal experience is certainly useful for entrepreneurs looking for insight into the complication of trying to run businesses.

Headquartered in Reno, Nevada, Smith’s company, Modular Greenhouses, specializes in proprietary greenhouse designs for growing food. The designs come in a different configuration, starting with the smallest design that includes an 8′ to 4′ extension. Prices range between $2000-3000 dollars. An important quality of the product is its self-sufficiency; Customers can easily set up the tent themselves and they have a 10-year manufacturer warranty to return anything. Other qualities include additional accessories (roof vents, fans, shelving accessories, etc.) and anchoring for different soil types.

Aside from developing the project, Smith is working on philanthropy, including the Gardens for Schools Program in Washoe Country. The modular greenhouses were given to the country schools and money. Sustainable food production and ending food poverty are the main goals of Modular Greenhouses. These activities affect kids and our communities.

The E-commerce website is currently undergoing expect, in addition to building a business around growing organic produce and developing tools to make the three-dimensional printing.