How to License Your Invention for Royalties

License Your Invention for Royalties – for less than $500

You will make much more money by venturing your invention (DIY – doing it all yourself) than by licensing your invention to a company?

Right? Wrong! I was told that too.

But, for 8 years I ventured my slim wallets: manufactured in China, handled importing, warehousing, packaging, shipping and, of course, marketing my product. After venturing my slim wallets for 8 years, working 7 days per week, making just enough to pay the bills each month, I thought, There has got to be a better way than this!

There is a better way! Licensing your invention for royalties is a much better path forward for inventors – and it is much more lucrative as well.

When I licensed my thin wallet designs to Allstar Products in 2015, they rolled it out into over 10,000 retail stores and over 1 million wallets were sold in the first year. To date, my product, the Wonder Wallet has sold over $30 million in total retail sales. My friend, Josh Malone, have seen total retail sales for his toy, Bunch O Balloons, exceed $200 million in just a few years. How much will your invention sell in the marketplace? There is only one way to find out – get it out there!

That is where I can help.

Register to attend the free License Your Invention for Royalties webinar. Just click here to get all the details and to sign up to attend this information packed free webinar now.

What will you learn in the webinar?

  • The one secret you must know – that most inventors don’t know – to get them to say ‘yes’
  • 7 keys to licensing your invention successfully
  • How to license for less than $500 – succeed without breaking the bank
  • Why the first 2 minutes of your pitch are crucial. How to grab their attention and keep it.
  • Your licensing game plan, step-by-step
  • and more …

The License Your Invention for Royalties webinar occurs weekly, typically on Tuesday.

Just click here to sign up for the next free webinar – and take positive action to get your invention out of your house and onto retail store shelves through licensing.

I’ll see you in the webinar!