An alternative to Dragons Den?

I think one of my favourite programmes on TV is Dragons Den. Partly because of some of the crazy ideas people come up with and partly for the great put downs, no matter how cruel they seem to be.

It did get me to thinking how inventors can get their product to market. Most inventors are eager to rush out and get a patent for their idea often spending huge amounts of money in the process with absolutely no guarantee of success.

They simply don’t understand that manufacturers are not going to come to them… they must be proactive and seek them out. With over 98% of new inventions failing to get to the market place can the cost of patent work really be justified without first determining if there is a market for a given product? Design Mind Group offers a more practical solution:

Who is Design Mind Group, and how can they help me with my invention?

â–ª They research and locate top manufacturers for your product
â–ª They will find the key people to contact at these firms about your idea
â–ª Their Marketing Team will prepare a professional product introduction
â–ª They will contact these top manufacturers confidentially on your behalf
â–ª They will provide a confidential general product description
â–ª They will provide a secure online interface for manufacturers to respond
â–ª They will provide all necessary confidential agreements
â–ª There are no setup fees
â–ª No application fee

Each time a manufacturer is contacted, they will provide you with all of the details. Including: market capitalisation, research and development budget, assets, number of employees, employee growth, revenue, income, income growth, and other key information.

British companies have a habit  of inventing things and then letting some other organisation get rich on the idea. Perhaps Design Mind Group can reverse that trend.

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