- Green Belt
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- Joined: Tue Jan 27, 2009 1:11 pm
The traditional retail mode created huge obstacles for the inventor in terms of the investment needed to get the idea up and running and into the market,and competing for shelf space.
The online retail model does not present the same cost hungry excercises,and hideous gamble.
An inventor can come up with a easily produced,cost-effective,benefit-ridden product which fulfills the statutory requirements,has some protection[a ppa]will do,if they're quick,to test the waters,and get their product locally manufactured[expensive-but bear that in mind when starting out],get a web-site for demonstration purposes/contact/sales,see if online retailers will sell it,dropship it and bob's your slaving uncle.
A good start.
Sink or swim,the buying public will decide.Can it get any better?It's never been better.