Market Your Product

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It’s impossible to overstate the importance of marketing. Marketing is at the heart of invention success. When companies know your invention exists, it creates an opportunity for them to license it. The Inventor Process team will create the marketing materials that bring your invention to the attention of companies and then substantiate its potential. Utilizing our persistent marketing strategy you’ll build invention awareness and credibility with potential licensing companies. To put it simply, if you’re not marketing your invention, your invention won’t make it.

Marketing Report

Success favors the prepared. Our team of experienced market researchers will draft a product-specific marketing report on your invention. This report is instrumental in substantiating the marketability of your product to potential licensing companies. The marketing report is also critical to the completion of the remaining steps, and more importantly it’s often requested by serious licensing companies. Your marketing report will be a powerful sales tool!

What to Expect:

“The thoroughness of the report was immediately clear.” – Charles K.

  • A product-specific marketing report on your invention.
  • Summarizes in a positive nature pertinent marketing facts.
  • Specifically highlights the marketability and target market.
  • 10 to 15 pages of researched and verifiable industry data.
  • A sales tool that conveys the potential of your invention.

Industry Search

If you had a new cupcake you’d target the “Little Debbies” of the world. They’d bake it in their ovens, put it on their trucks, and place it in every grocery store. Our industrial technologists will pinpoint specific companies that may be able to produce and distribute your product. By analyzing their manufacturing capability and product line compatibility we’ll identify companies that can be aggressively targeted. Now, the decision-makers of those companies have to be made aware of your invention.

What to Expect:

“They provided 50 great companies, that was key to my success.” – Kris. P

  • Up to 50 target companies including major retailers.
  • Based on manufacturing capabilities and product line.
  • Contact info including mailing address and number.
  • Contact name and title of a key decision maker.
  • Additional pertinent company data and information.

Informational Website

Presentation is as important as product. The Informational Website, created by our team of web designers, graphic artists and promotional writers, is the premier way to place your product information at the fingers tips of reviewing companies. The website is a sales tool that provides the means to dramatically increase the reach of your marketing efforts. Wherever there’s Internet access your product will be available for review and licensing consideration.

What to Expect:

A great website and an amazing animation!”
– Bill C.

  • 5 pages, up to 500 words, and 4 invention illustrations.
  • 3-D virtual prototype and invention animation sequence.
  • Clearly identifies your invention as Patent Pending.
  • Highlights the invention concept, market, and potential.
  • Contains calls-to-action, contact information and more.

Saturation Marketing

Persistence pays off. The decision-makers of the targeted companies need to feel as if they can’t escape your product, and if they don’t jump on it; someone else will. Our Saturation Marketing strategy can help you do just that. Our layout and promotional experts will develop Advertorial Postcards that grab the reader’s attention and drive them to your website. Over the next several months these companies will be saturated with your promotional materials.

What to Expect:

“From the creativeness to the sales pitch, they nailed it! – Frankie B.

  • (500) 4.25″ X 6″ Advertorial Postcards on your invention.
  • High quality, double sided, semi-gloss, full color printing.
  • Available for Licensing announcement & calls to action.
  • Up to 3 invention illustrations and descriptive summery.
  • 6 sets of pre-addressed mailing labels and mailing schedule.

Get started with the Direct Submission Program™!

It’s easy and your consultant will help you every step of the way. We look forward to working with you.

Please Note: Inventor Process, Inc. is not a law firm and is not engaged in the practice of law. Inventor Process, Inc. does not and cannot practice before the U.S. patent office and does not offer legal and/or patent advice. We recommend our clients use registered patent attorneys / agents such as those in our network.