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Last Updated: 11/14/2014 09:31 PST

How to Take Your Invention Idea to the Manufacturers—The Right Way

How to Take Your Invention Idea to the Manufacturers—The Right Way

Smart phones, cappuccino machines, GPS devices – all products we use on a daily basis. There are so many great technological inventions that make our lives easier.  Many are the result of years of research and development by large corporations.

In fact, many people are constantly coming up with many clever ideas – but unfortunately, most never see the light of day.  One reason is that people often assume that someone must already have thought of the idea.  Even more common is for people to be daunted by the thought of what’s involved in taking their idea from concept, to prototype, to manufacturers. 

And, it is a daunting process. In addition to frequently getting ripped off, most individuals who choose to go the solitary route fail along the way.

In fact, the number one concern inventors have is someone else stealing or taking credit for their idea, and we’ve seen this happen numerous times throughout history.

The good news for amateur inventors is the emergence of a unique company called Davison.com.  This 20 year old product development company was founded by George Davison, an inventor himself. He created the Davison method to help inventors chase their dreams at affordable prices; a full service company that makes your security and confidentially their top priority.

To date, products developed through the Davison method have been sold in over 1,000 stores. They know the ins and outs of the business, and do everything from product related data and patent research, to designing, developing, and building working prototypes and product samples, then presenting them to corporations for licensing and royalties.

How it Works

Step 1 is filling out and sending in the company’s idea submission form for a free consultation. Every employee at Davison also signs a legally binding agreement that covers every submitted product idea.

Step 2 asks you to review the confidentiality agreement. This is a contract to ensure the security of your idea. While the company is fee based, your consultation is free. You can see typical pricing by reading the Inventors Information section on their website.

You never have a second chance to make a first impression, so you want to make sure you cover all development angles before pitching your idea. Not only does Davison have years of experience doing this, they also already have confidential arrangements with corporations who would be willing to consider your idea through the Davison process.

What really makes Davison unique though is their desire to work with anyone who is passionate about a new invention. Their one-of-a-kind factory processes thousands of ideas each year.

While some companies offer partial services, Davison’s exclusive development method combines all aspects of new product development. Thanks to their unparalleled experience, they have found ways around development obstacles that you might encounter on your own.

So, if you’ve ever dreamed of having your product idea prepared and presented to a corporation, Davison is the place to do it.

Click here for your free idea consultation or to learn more about their confidentiality agreement.

Davison's research, development, and presentation services are provided for an upfront fee paid by the client and a contingent fee, or a percentage of royalties obtained by the client, if any. New product development is an uncertain endeavor and the use of Davison's services typically does not result in a license agreement, sales on any market or profit to the inventor. Davison does not perform analysis of the feasibility, marketability, patentability or profitability of ideas submitted to it.

This article sponsored by Davison.com Copyright Howlifeworks.com 2014