If this is your first time registering, please check your inbox for more information about the benefits of your Forbes account and what you can do next! Just about everyone has keys for their cars, where they live and work, for vehicles, and other locks and at some point we may need duplicates or to replace lost or broken ones. Even more critically, if we get locked out of our cars or where we live we may need to urgently acquire the right key which may mean calling a locksmith with potentially high costs. That scenario is what gave Greg Marsh the idea to start a company in New York to make it easier to obtain pre-registered keys on demand for the most common brands of locks. Five years ago his girlfriend could not find her key and was locked out of her apartment in New York at 2:00 A.M. She had no choice but to call a locksmith who charged her a lot of money to get in. So Marsh conceived of the idea that ultimately resulted in a company called KeyMe. That enterprise now has more than fifteen hundred automated kiosks in drug stores and supermarkets throughout the United States. They can produce keys, vehicle key fobs, and access control tags on-demand at a reasonable price. It w...