In this Podcast Phil Staunton, a product designer and Managing Director of D2M Design 2 Market offers his advice on how to develop your idea and get it manufactured.
Ecobears are soft toy bears made with eco-friendly material. What I find interesting is how Yvonne is now trying to expand the brand through creating a story book about Ecobears and looking at other possible options at how she can license the brand.
In this podcast, product developer Citlali Chevali talks about how she created and developed her range of Natural Perfection skin care products. She also shares her insights on some of the best ways she has found to promote her products to the people who have the most influence on the skin care market.
In this inventor interview Jeff Dahl www.looprope.com talks about his invention LoopRope. LoopRope is a safer, more versatile alternative to bungee cords and can be used to attach loads safely on trailers, roof racks, lorrys and trucks. Jeff has managed to get LoopRope into Walmart and some other major retailers and explains how he did it in the podcast.
Joseph offers advice on many aspects of developing a product and how to avoid the costly mistake that some novice inventors make where they end up with a house full of product that they are unlikely to sell.
Anthony Migyanka, the inventor of the CLLEEN Water System talks about how he created a system that could help with the problem with the shortage of clean water in many parts of the World. This interview is available both as a podcast or in written form.
In this podcast interview Eric Hanscom from Inter Continental IP, a US Patent Attorney offers his advice on how inventors should protect their intellectual property.
Chris has been inventing and developing products from a very early age, his first being when he was only 16 in the Aquatics industry. Since then Chris has gone on to invent and develop many more of his own products and now with his team also works on developing products for other inventors too.
Richard Palmer is the inventor of D3 a protective material that is soft in it normal inactive state but which locks together on impact. These properties make it ideal for many uses including protective clothing, sports wear and protective cases for electronics.
Betsy Kaufman talks about “Eggies” and how her idea was chosen as an Edison Nation invention winner in the “As seen on TV” category.