Seminar Shows How to Sell or License Product Ideas to Manufacturers and other Companies
Matt Yubas presenting invention strategies and tips at the Minnesota Inventors Congress.
New Ideas are Needed
Today, manufacturers are looking for new product ideas to generate sales and stay competitive.
With companies cutting back on staff, many are looking to the outside for new ideas. They are not looking for just any idea. Companies must be convinced an invention will become a money-making product. (I will show you how to do it.)
Examples of News Articles:
- "Firms Looking Outside for Ideas" - Boston Globe
- "Looking Outside the Company for Ideas" - Proctor & Gamble
- "Looking for Ideas from Small Business" - Dept of Homeland Security
New Real-World Seminar
In this seminar, you'll discover:
- How to make money from your ideas
- How to sell your ideas to companies for a payout
- How to license your idea for royalties
- The royalties or payouts you can expect
- Why guaranteed minimums are so important
- The difference between exclusive and non-exclusive
- What advances you can get and what you should not ask for
- How to prevent companies from stealing your ideas
- How to get companies to pay for your patents
- How the patent process works to your advantage
- What product features and benefits companies are looking for
- How companies will evaluate your invention
- How to perform free market research to convince companies you have a great invention
- How to contact companies without worrying about rejection
- Reasons companies will reject your invention
- What to do once companies are interested
- How to avoid the many licensing pitfalls
- Additional insider secrets
You Should Be Rewarded for your Creativity
Do you have some great ideas but don't know how to get companies interested? If you have called companies and got rejected, you know it's no fun. Not only are you not getting recognition, you're not getting rewarded for your creativity and ingenuity. I know this can be frustrating.
Or, you're not taking any action, hoping for a big break. When I was younger I've had ideas in which I didn't take action. And when someone else brought their products to the market I was thinking, hey that's my idea. Yes I lost the opportunity, but at least I knew I was on the right track. What was missing was knowledge and the right steps to take.
Seminar shows the Process to Making Money from Your Ideas
If you have an invention that you want to license or sell to a company there is a process that's easy to follow. With licensing you are essentially renting your invention for a time period in exchange for royalties. Or you can sell your invention for a lump sum or a payout over time. You'll learn the best strategies to take.
In this hands-on seminar you'll see the step-by-step process from idea to receiving royalties. I'll take you through the overall process, and go over the fine points of terms and agreements.
Don't Lose Your One Opportunity to Present Your Invention to Manufacturers
Inventors tell me over and over how they were turned-down by manufacturers. When I ask how they approached the companies, I think to myself, no wonder they were rejected, and explain what went wrong. Also inventors blindly send letters and packages to companies and never hear back.
The problem is that if you don't approach companies correctly, you just lost your opportunity. And maybe your product idea was perfect for them.
Even Shy Inventors Can Get Companies Interested
Many inventors have a hard time calling companies. Part of the issue is a fear of rejection. The other part is not knowing what to say. In this seminar I'll show you a formula how to contact companies, who to ask for, what to say, and next steps to take.
With the techniques explained in this seminar, you'll be in a significantly greater position to contact companies with confidence. You'll know how to have a conversation with them, and how to get them salivating over the prospect of licensing your product idea.
People Who Have Attended
Attendees of Matt's seminars have included everyday people with ideas, inventors, entrepreneurs, managers, salespeople, attorneys, doctors, business owners, and military personnel looking for civilian opportunities.
"This seminar was well worth my time and money. It gave me the step-by-step procedures and flowcharts to develop my new toy idea." ? Rhonda Baines, Entrepreneur
"I normally get 2-3 new ideas per seminar. I got at least that and more to help develop my new children's product." ? John Kessinger, Entrepreneur
"The seminar handout materials and lecture was so well presented I did not need to take notes. Overall, it was a great investment of my time." ? Dr. Dennis Kiper, Podiatrist
"Great tips on getting information I needed to decide if my computer idea has merit. The seminar was in the top 10% best of all the seminars I've taken." ? Ken Warburton, Information Technology Manager
"This seminar made me realize the importance of selecting a target market." ? Steve Burns, President, Scratch Guardian
"This seminar was a very informative and positive experience to help me develop my new computer device." ? Patrick Hamilton, Electronics Technician
"I learned a good bit of information on licensing and patents. The seminar was friendly and interactive." ? Omar Rosales, Naval Officer
"Very good seminar! It covered a lot of bases and gave me sources for market research on my new idea." ? Bill Stephenson, Retired Naval Officer
"Very helpful seminar and good suggestions to enhance my new pet product." ? Dwight Wilson, Entrepreneur
"This seminar gave me a clear path to the steps I need to take to develop and market my idea to be a success. He presented the material in a interactive manner that made the seminar fun." ? Julie Wininger, President, Y-Knot Company
"Excellent seminar. If you have an idea that you need to get to market, this seminar is a must!" ? Steve Miller, Developer, GERS Retail Systems
"Good, clear understanding on the basics of creating a product." ? Carlos Macias, President, Mexican Depot
"Very well laid out, step-by-step." ? Holly Keehn, Attorney
"A very well prepared seminar with tons of valuable information presented in a very clear and systematic way." ? Greg W. Lauren, Inventors Forum of San Diego
Limited Small Class Size
Reserve your seat now. Because personal attention is important, the class size will be small. In a personal setting, you'll receive specific answers to your questions, step-by-step procedures, suggestions, and recommendations.
About Matt Yubas
Matt Yubas is an expert in launching new products and ideas. Yubas has shown Fortune 500 corporations, small-business owners, and individual inventors how to launch their product ideas. Product Idea to Product Success seminars are designed to help people who want to profit from their ideas.
Audio and/or Video recording or conferencing is not permitted.
If you are unable to attend, please let us know immediately so we may open your reserved space to another attendee. Full refunds will be provided if you cancel your registration up to 1 week prior to the event date. Canceling in less than 1 week are subject to a $50 fee. "No shows" are liable for the entire fee.
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No Risk 100% Money-Back Guarantee
If you are not satisfied for any reason, you'll receive a 100% refund of your money. Just let me know by 30 minutes into the seminar.