Sick of the “1-800-Make-Millions-If-You-Buy-Our-Expensive-Kit-That-Really-Doesn’t-Do-Any-Good” offers on late night TV?
Rich Sloan, Chief Startupologist, co-founder and co-host of StartupNation, interviews several experts on how to market your invention according to people who’ve been there and done it. Rich, a successful inventor himself, talks first to Tamara Monosoff, creator of MomIinventors.com and author of two great books on the topic. Tamara talks about how she created a device to prevent your baby from unrolling a whole roll of toilet paper as the baby traipses through the house.
The second interview involves two guests who also offer tried-and-true advice on how to commercialize your invention – through a proven step-by-step process. Andrew Krauss and Stephen Key share their own experience with their dozens of successful inventions and offer a fool-proof approach to licensing an invention. They’ve packaged it all up into a company called InventRight, a legitimate ally of inventors, where they offer audio products to help you learn the process you should take to increase your chances of licensing your invention and getting it to market.