Having an idea for a new product usually stirs up a wide range of emotion. It also raises a lot of questions. Like, “What should I do with my invention?” “How can I make money with my invention?” And “What should I do first?”
Just thinking about the endless possibilities of achieving retail success can create a pretty intense adrenaline rush. Then the emotional pendulum begins to swing the other direction after realizing the “idea stage” is by far the easiest and least expensive step in the process.
Ultimately, you ask yourself, “How can I make money with my invention?” But what about patents, prototyping, manufacturing, branding, marketing, sales and distribution…? “YIKES”, there are a lot of things to think about. And no doubt, it’s all important. But first and foremost is making sure you avoid wasting a bunch of time and money on services you don’t need or doing them in the wrong order and ending up paying for them twice.
This is the reason AON Invent has such a good reputation. In fact, during the past ten-plus (10+) years, ninety-three percent (93%) of the inventors who visited our website and downloaded our Step-1 Innovation Guide, discovered critical flaws with their concept, without spending a penny, with AON Invent or anyone else… oh, and don’t worry. No one will call you or bombard you with email solicitations. We don’t ever do that. And it’s not that we don’t want your business. We certainly do, but we believe the best approach is to simply provide the information and be here, standing by to assist if and when you need our help.
We sincerely appreciate you for visiting our website and hope you have time to check out our blog archive. If you have any questions or would like to discuss options for your idea for a new product you have three choices: check out our FAQs, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or simply give us a call at 479-855-6699. And if we happen to be tied up when you call, just leave a message and we will call you back asap. Either way, we look forward to hearing from you. Happy inventing!