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Re: How to Find Good Companies for Inventors - Part II

Postby americano528 » Mon Sep 27, 2010 9:57 pm

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I just found this website that reviews a bunch of companies and has evidence for everything supported. It seems like absolutelynow is the best choice. http://www.sellmyinventionidea.com/

It's amazing how much research and scams there are out there, thanks to everyone in this forum for participating and having real testimonies to help me research

Re: How to Find Good Companies for Inventors - Part II

Postby vincomgo » Thu Oct 07, 2010 7:38 pm

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Could u tell me in detail?I really wonder about this question=.= How to make profit?How to earn alot of money in shortest time?????????

Re: How to Find Good Companies for Inventors - Part II

Postby Roger Brown » Tue Oct 12, 2010 5:08 am

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vincomgo, inventing is a business. You need to treat it like one. It is rare to see a Inventor go from rags to riches overnight. Look at the Snuggie before it came out there was a product the slanket http://www.theslanket.com/our-story I don't know if they have ties to each other or if the Snuggie is copying them. The Slanket came out in 1998 it is now 2010. Before the Snuggie have you ever heard of the Slanket? They are the same product but one got better marketing.
If you want to earn a lot of money in a short time you need to find a company that wants your idea and is willing to push it to the top with advertizing and it needs to be a product a majority of consumers want. Most products if you come to the company today and they say yes has to have the product produced and put in stores. If you are lucky that will take 8 months or longer.
Come visit my sites at http://www.RogerBrown.net
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I have gotten 9 products licensed spending less than $100 on each, you can too.

Re: How to Find Good Companies for Inventors - Part II

Postby Schnell » Fri Oct 22, 2010 7:24 am

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I own a business in Indianapolis IN, and have been working with inventors for over 10 years. We can help anyone to design and develop new products all the way through production. Feel free to call me with any questions or quotations we can help and are very cost competitive!

Michael Schnell 317-828-6112
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Re: invention

Postby Schnell » Fri Oct 22, 2010 7:36 am

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aubri96 wrote:OOps newbie mistake. I posted this just in general forum, not the sticky, as I just noticed it.
http://www.qvcproductsearch.com/howto.htm Oh how I wish I had the cash to manufacture my invention so I could submit to QVC. They won't just buy your idea. Just thought I would post this for anyone who may be in a position to submit with them. They have millions of viewers, and could help make someone a lot of money.

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Send me a NDA and I can take a look and see if it's worth the investment...

Re: How to Find Good Companies for Inventors - Part II

Postby Roger Brown » Fri Oct 22, 2010 7:02 pm

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From looking at your website it appears you offer a number of services, but none of them include finding a company to license the product. Is that correct?
Come visit my sites at http://www.RogerBrown.net
or http://www.looking2license.com
I have gotten 9 products licensed spending less than $100 on each, you can too.

Re: How to Find Good Companies for Inventors - Part II

Postby AlanAmron » Thu Sep 13, 2012 10:36 pm

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An NDA is the best way to protect your invention, but searching it first is recommended.

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