Damian Evans an award winning product designer and inventor talks about how he first got into product design. He also gives advice on how to come up with ideas and make basic prototypes from cardboard.
Julie Austin the inventor of Swiggies, the wrist water bottle, explains how she came up with the idea, how she developed it and mistakes she made along the way.
In this podcast Tom tells his inventor story, offers advice for novice inventors and talks about the development of BubbleScope, his new invention, an instant 360 degree camera accessory made for smartphones.
In this podcast inventor interview Mandy Haberman www.mandyhaberman.com a very successful UK inventor talks about her inventors journey to develop and bring to market the Anywayup Cup, the world’s first no spill cup for children.
Inventor Narayanan created the Hybernator, a programmable control for water heaters to market. He originally entered his invention in an Edison Nation search for inventions that saved energy.
Stephen Key from www.inventright.com is an inventor who has successfully licensed his ideas for many years. In this podcast he explains how he started licensing ideas and the method he uses.
Mary Ellroy a Toy inventor and agent offers some great advice on how to license your toy invention
In this podcast toy Inventors and Illustrators Elaine and Kurt from Monkeydoodledandy.com talk about licensing their characters Squaredy Cats
In this podcast interview interview Julia M Rhodes from Kleenslate talks about her inventors journey from being a teacher, to bringing to market her first invention, an eraser to go on the end of dry erase markers.
In this podcast inventor and entrepreneur Lisa Warner talks about how she originally created Fink Cards to help get her family talking and then several years later developed them into a business.