☑ Selling your invention
☑ Go to market with invention
☑ Identify potential buyers
☑ Licensing options
☑ Go to market
☑ Identify the market
As entrepreneurs, inventors, and visionaries, our team has experienced first-hand, all of the challenges of turning an idea into a reality. Ed Ramirez, the founder of The Entrepreneur Project has also experienced the benefits of transforming an idea into a product or business. He has experienced all of the hardships that come with inventing a product or starting a business and he has a whole host of knowledge that we are now able to share with you today.
At this point in your entrepreneur path, you’ve likely assessed your finances, your time, and your expertise, and have made the decision to manufacture your product on your own. Up until now, you’ve been working in the world of ideas. Now, you’ll be shifting from the conceptual to the material. We are going to teach you about all the manufacturing practices such as mold production, product costs, test production run, packaging design, shipping logistics, and local manufacturing pros and cons.
Once we discuss the manufacturing practices, we are going to go into the basics of distribution. We will start by discussing the reseller landscape, how to forecast your future distribution, third-party logistics and if you should use them, and how you can live or die by distribution.
We will provide you resources to our recommended manufacturers, third-party logistic companies, graphic designers for your packaging materials, and more!
Go to Market or Licensing
Go to Market with Invention
Selling Your Invention
Identify Potential Buyers
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