Good answer, So your going for the education for marketing future products,,,, Good dealAverage Inventor wrote:chic1,
My goal is to get my product to market and build strong relationships and understanding to help launch future projects. I like the concept of the show that it details the entire process of bringing a idea to market and that it works with the inventor to improve and perfect the idea to create a branded product. The royalties they offer are very attractive and the exposure for both your idea and you as an inventor is very alluring.
Jason do you know the percentage EE is offering? Or is it negotiable depending on the product and the notion that there's a great need for this product and is marketable?citizen wrote:I'm there for the same reasons American Inventor is.
I'm there to get my product to market (and sort of validate myself), make some money, and to gain knowledge to get future products to market.
Randy they've been to about 5 city's this year, You my want to look into a audition that's close to Denver where you are. The big Idea is a good show they give you 5 minutes of fame but not sure how many people accurately watch it to receive your fame.Work2XL wrote:I hate threads on EE. I've never seen the show and can't find it here in the Denver market for some reason. Is there anywhere I can find it on the net.
I still think the best show for people looking to take a product to market is Dragon's Den and The Big Idea.
I just wish they would do a version here in the US. Donny is starting to do the elevator pitch segment.
Mrsb how you think you did? Also is you invention something that's a add on the a previous invention or something totally new to the market?Mrsb wrote:If you go to www.everydayedisons.com and download the particpant agreement and the annuity agreement you will see what percentage is offered. Today is 6 weeks and 1 day since the atlanta, ga audition and my sister and I are still hopeful but the wait is really hard.