Not sure if my idea could make it past [Step Two], but it sounded a whole lot better than finding out I burned through a $500,000 investment! Absolutely fascinating talk! Thanx a million, I'm not done yet!
I am into this process only three weeks, and already they have presented my idea to several companies with names that are household words. Everybody knows them. They have done other things for me that went far above and beyond the call... On a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being perfect, these guys get a 10.
I started working with AON Invent three years ago. They engineered a product for me that's now hitting the market. I've got a lot of good feedback on the design and engineering, and the product is doing real well!
When we assembled our team of consumer product and retail experts back in late 2012, our goal was to be the best invention services company in the industry. But in order to do that, we had to harness the creative power of the American consumer and use it to create a steady stream of innovative products. We would not compete with our client-base by taking things to market ourselves, but would license the innovations to existing brands – those determined to remain relevant in a fast changing world. Our mission was to become the world’s innovation exchange and depository.
We knew the key to our future success would be our unrelenting focus on ethics. Now, some years later we have accomplished our mission without receiving ANY complaints from CPGs, retailers, or our inventor-clients and partners. This is due to our steadfast commitment to honest assessments of each and every innovation submission. We are confident that this has saved our customers untold millions of dollars – dollars they may have otherwise wasted in futile attempts to develop commercially non-viable products.
Bottom-line? …. If we intend to remain the best invention services company in the industry “Honesty” IS and will always be, the best policy.
Larry Robertson, President and CEO