Burtas Bees . . . Crocs . . . MySpace . . . Every time a new story about how some nobody from nowhere got rich producing some clever new product in his garage, you may think, aWhy canat I do that?a Well, anyone canathe trick is to take those good ideas and build them into great products that can succeed in the marketplace. In this book, you will get the 12-step plan you need to make your new product or service a profitable reality. You will learn important skills for success, including how to: Refine their idea to attract a target audience Research the competition Find the right manufacturer Create appropriate brand messaging Build buzz online and beyond Work trade shows and conventions Written by a woman with no formal business experience who turned her own idea into a million-dollar company, this book is the pragmatic yet inspiring guide every aspiring entrepreneur is looking for.A Brand-New Product If you think of a completely new product that you have never seen before, you might wonder why ita#39;s not in the marketplace already. ... Liquid Paper is a good example of a brand-new product unlike anything else when it hit the market. ... They also bought a VW Beetle car so they could make deliveries.
|Title||:||Your Idea, Inc.|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2009-11-18|