InventRight is a company that helps people turn their inventions into companies. We have a team of experts who can help you with every step of the process, from coming up with your idea to getting it to market.
The first step in turning your invention into a company is coming up with a good idea. This may seem like a daunting task, but our team can help you through it. We have a team of experienced professionals who have helped hundreds of people turn their inventions into companies.
Once you have a good idea, the next step is to get it to market. This is where our team can help you the most. We can help you with everything from manufacturing to marketing your invention.
If you have an invention that you think could be a success, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our team can help you turn your invention into a reality.
InventRight founder Stephen Key has invented and sold over 100 products, and has taught over 60,000 people how to do the same.
In his new book, Key gives readers a step-by-step guide to inventing, from generating ideas to marketing and selling their products. He also includes interviews with successful inventors, like the creators of the Magic 8 Ball and the Hula Hoop.
Key's advice is essential reading for anyone who wants to turn their inventive ideas into reality. With his help, you can too!
The journey of taking an invention from concept to commercialization can seem like a daunting task, especially if you're not sure where to start. But InventRight's step-by-step process has helped countless innovators successfully navigate the process and bring their products to market.
Our process begins with a focus on market research. We want to make sure there's a market for your product and that it's a good fit for your target audience. Once we've established that there's a demand for your invention, we'll help you develop a prototype. This is an important step in the process, as it will help you validate your idea and make sure it works as intended.
After you've successfully created a prototype, the next step is to begin marketing your invention. This is where InventRight can really help you get your product in front of the right people. We'll connect you with manufacturers, distributors, and retailers who can help get your product to market.
And finally, once your product is on store shelves, we'll help you monitor sales and continue to provide support as needed. We want to make sure your invention is a success not just in the short-term, but for the long haul.
If you're ready to take your invention to the next level, we invite you to learn more about InventRight and our step-by-step process. We're here to help you every step of the way.
When you come up with a new product or service, it's important to do your research to find out if there's a market for it. Key, a market research firm, stresses the importance of market research and finds that most inventors don't do nearly enough of it.
They suggest that you start by asking yourself these questions:
Who is your customer?
What problem are you solving for them?
Is there a group of people who are willing to pay for a solution to this problem?
If you can't answer these questions, then you need to do more research. You can't just assume that because you have a great idea, people will want to buy it. You need to find out if there's actually a need for it.
Key says that most inventors only do minimal market research, if any at all. They'll talk to a few people and then make assumptions about the rest of the market. But this is a dangerous way to go about it.
It's important to do a thorough market analysis so that you can price your product or service correctly, target your marketing correctly, and make sure that there's actually a market for what you're selling. Otherwise, you could end up wasting a lot of time and money on something that no one wants.
Inventors are often so focused on developing their product and getting it to market that they don't think about developing a relationship with a manufacturing partner early on. This is a mistake. A manufacturing partner can provide invaluable knowledge and support throughout the product development process.
A manufacturing partner can help an inventor refine their product design, navigate the regulatory landscape, and even source materials and components. Having a manufacturing partner on board from the outset can help increase the chances of success for both the inventor and the manufacturing partner.
InventRight does not offer funding or resources to help inventors turn their inventions into companies. However, InventRight does offer a number of resources that can be helpful for inventors who want to start their own companies, including an online course, a blog, and a directory of invention resources.
The first step in turning an invention into a company is to conduct a feasibility study to determine whether the invention is actually feasible and if there is a market for the invention.
There are many resources that can help with coming up with an invention. The USPTO recommends searching for patents to get ideas, consulting reference books, and searching the internet. There are also invention submission companies that can help evaluate an invention idea and submit it to companies.
InventRight does not make products. They offer coaching, consultation, and education services to help people turn their ideas into products.