Rob Lydic, President of IP Security Reps Named to Prestigious “30 in Their Thirties” List Published by Detroit’s DBusiness Magazine

IP Security Reps

IP Security Reps Inc. (IPSR), the premier security manufacturer’s representative firm, is pleased to announce Rob Lydic, IPSR’s President has been named to the “30 In Their Thirties” list published by DBusiness Magazine, Detroit’s Premier Business Journal.

DBusiness magazine is recognizing business professionals in their thirties who have achieved notable success in their respective field.

Mr. Lydic falls into this category for a myriad of reasons. Under Mr. Lydic’s leadership, IPSR has expanded to become one of the largest rep firms in the US and currently represents ten leading security manufacturers.

Mr. Lydic founded the company in 2010 and by 2013, IPSR reported more than $45 million in annual sales and 13 employees on staff.

The rapid growth can be attributed to Mr. Lydic’s simple philosophy – to be the best at IP Video.

“I’m delighted to be an honoree and included on this prestigious list of business leaders in metro Detroit who are moving their respective companies, industries, and communities forward,” states Rob Lydic, IPSR’s President. “I came into the marketplace at a time when the technology was emerging to meet the growing demand for safety and security.”

Mr. Lydic believes the biggest factor in building a successful company is to have a top-notch sales staff that is well-trained, provides excellent customer service, and looks for new opportunities for growth.

With all the right pieces in place, everything else will take care of itself.

IP Security Reps Inc. is a leading security manufacturer’s rep firm based in Brighton, MI and has won 10 National Sales Awards over the last four years. Mr. Lydic has been in the IP data, voice, and video market since 1998 and has served on several entrepreneurial leadership panels in OH and is a member of the Entrepreneurs Organization Detroit Chapter since November 2003.

He also co-founded another agency in 2001 that grew from $2 million in sales to over $42 million in only a seven year time span.