There’s a business in Seattle with a 22-person staff and a space that combines a factory, showroom and retail store – which is open to the public only one day a month. Its product category has intense competition from several big-name brands sold through hundreds of distribution channels, yet the business owner designs all the products and hand-makes all the prototypes. Other than the once-monthly store opening, his goods are sold through his Web site. Sound like the perfect way to ensure your foray into entrepreneurship is brief – or, at best, get just enough business to get by? Actually, Tom Bihn is one of today’s most outstanding success stories.