SCS Direct Inc.

About SCS Direct Inc.

SCS Direct Inc., founded in 1998, started as a niche marketing company focused on a single category. After more than two decades, SCS Direct has evolved into a robust consumer products powerhouse that develops best of breed products across the Housewares, Home Improvement, Juvenile and Outdoor Living categories. Our innovative line of unique products are purchased and enjoyed by consumers across the globe.

SCS Direct’s arsenal of best-selling brands continues to expand. The company has acquired over a dozen brands in the recent years adding to their home-grown brands such as CucinaPro and WaffleWow, a complete line of whimsical waffle irons.

SCS actively promotes their brands with a two-fold digital marketing and traditional media strategy, providing marketing success for all of its partners. In 2021, the company’s products received over 2 billion impressions of hard-hitting national media placements in major print publications and many successful social media influencer campaigns.

SCS Direct was ranked #296 on the Inc. 500 List of America’s Fastest Growing Companies, and it continues to outperform the industry. It is our award-winning products, unique mix, and “ear to the ground” approach that keeps us relevant in the ever-changing e-tail environment.


Package Design Intern

June 2021 Trumbull, CT
“I have always found package design interesting. The three-dimensional quality of package design is what drew me to it. I learned a lot during my three-month internship at SCS Direct. The most interesting new skill that I acquired was CAD (computer-aided design). I learned how to take a flat, two-dimensional package design, and wrap it into a three-dimensional computer rendering. This software helps designers, customers, and printers visualized the final product before the packaging goes to print and production. While I was given some instruction as to how to use this new program, I mainly taught myself through trial and error. At first, I had a difficult time constructing die lines. Die lines are lines that tell the printer where to cut and where to fold. Black lines are for cuts, and red lines are for folds. For the program to create the three-dimensional rendering correctly, the cut and fold lines must connect exactly, and must not overlap. I am used to creating two-dimensional pieces, so this software forced me to think differently. In turn, I believe learning CAD has made me a better designer and thinker. ”
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