Tag: inventing

  • ASD Marketweek LET’S GO – Stephanie Beringhele, VIP Buyer Relations Director

    ASD Marketweek LET’S GO – Stephanie Beringhele, VIP Buyer Relations Director

    Inventor Lady with Stephanie Beringhele, VIP Buyer Relations Director ⁠ASD Marketweek ⁠ For this week’s HomeTalkUSA “Invent America” segment, Michael King and co-host Rita Crompton discuss “ ⁠ASD Marketweek ⁠” with Stephanie Beringhele, VIP Buyer Relations Director for ASD Market Week. Beringhele develops and leads programs that connect retail businesses to the best on-trend, wholesale…

  • ASD Market Week – Steve Boden, Inventor, TV SoundScoopZ

    ASD Market Week – Steve Boden, Inventor, TV SoundScoopZ

    DESCRIPTION: For this week’s HomeTalkUSA “Invent America” segment, Michael King and co-host Rita Crompton discuss “ASD Market Week” with Steve Boden. Boden has been involved in patenting and developing several products and has started more than a dozen businesses. He has also developed real estate and been involved in technical projects. BIO: Started my first…

  • ASD Market Week – John Hagerman, Inventor, Mobowl

    ASD Market Week – John Hagerman, Inventor, Mobowl

    Find Us at ASD Marketweek. For this week’s HomeTalkUSA “Invent America” segment, Michael King and co-host Rita Crompton discuss “ASD Market Week” with John Hagerman, inventor of Mobowl, a flexible pocket pet bowl. For more information, please visit: http://www.lowcountrypetspecialties.com Thank You To Our Sponsors: My Creative Partners Product Quick Start RPB Law Offices Search Quest…

  • Good Patents Not Industry Specific – Jonathan David, Patent Attorney

    Good Patents Not Industry Specific – Jonathan David, Patent Attorney

    For this week’s HomeTalkUSA “Invent America” segment, Michael King and co-host Rita Crompton discuss “Good Patents are Not Industry Specific” with registered patent attorney, Jonathan David. Jonathan is a registered patent attorney working with independent inventors across the country. Thank You To Our Sponsors: My Creative Partners Product Quick Start RPB Law Offices Search Quest…

  • Good Patents Not Industry Specific – David Klapatch – Inventor, Lube & Toss

    Good Patents Not Industry Specific – David Klapatch – Inventor, Lube & Toss

    For this week’s HomeTalkUSA “Invent America” segment, Michael King and co-host Rita Crompton discuss “Good Patents are Not Industry Specific” with David Klapatch, inventor of Lube & Toss. Dave was born into a family of inventors. His dad invented the first hamburger press, the first nylon cutting board and the famous Starlit Tool Edge Finder.…

  • The Black Hole Called Marketing – Leland Black, Inventor, ECO DRIPPER

    The Black Hole Called Marketing – Leland Black, Inventor, ECO DRIPPER

    For this week’s HomeTalkUSA “Invent America” segment, Michael King and co-host Rita Crompton discuss “How to crawl out of the black hole called marketing?” with Leland Black, inventor of ECO DRIPPER, an automatic watering device that keeps your houseplants perfectly hydrated. https://www.ecodripper.com  https://www.facebook.com/ecodripper  https://www.instagram.com/ecodripper  https://www.pinterest.com/ecodripper Thank You To Our Sponsors: My Creative Partners Product Quick…

  • Good Patents Not Industry Specific – Russell Kramer, Inventor, True View, Copper Microbe Stopper, Clean-O’s, & Jar Mate

    Good Patents Not Industry Specific – Russell Kramer, Inventor, True View, Copper Microbe Stopper, Clean-O’s, & Jar Mate

    For this week’s HomeTalkUSA “Invent America” segment, Michael King and co-host Rita Crompton discuss “Good Patents are Not Industry Specific” with Russell Kramer, inventor of True View, Copper Microbe Stopper, Clean-O’s, & Jar Mate. About: Russell Kramer has been a lifelong inventor; he began inventing as a child, and as an adult he has continued…

  • The Black Hole Called Marketing – Lisa Rice, Inventor, Rollngo Bag

    The Black Hole Called Marketing – Lisa Rice, Inventor, Rollngo Bag

    DESCRIPTION: For this week’s HomeTalkUSA “Invent America” segment, Michael King and co-host Rita Crompton discuss “How to crawl out of the black hole called marketing?” with Lisa Rice, inventor of Rollngo Bag, an accessory bag on wheels for all outdoor occasions. I developed the Rollngo Bag in the summer of 2016. After heading to a…

  • Why does prototyping require so many stages? – Adam Winklmann, Kickr Design,

    Why does prototyping require so many stages? – Adam Winklmann, Kickr Design,

    For this week’s HomeTalkUSA “Invent America” segment, Michael King and co-host Rita Crompton welcome Adam Winklmann from Kickr Design to discuss “Why does prototyping require so many stages?” Kickr Design specializes in product design, engineering, prototyping, and manufacturing. For more information, please visit: http://www.kickrdesign.com. https://www.kickrdesign.com https://www.facebook.com/kickrdesign https://www.instagram.com/kickrdesign/?hl=en Thank You To Our Sponsors: My Creative Partners…

  • Why does prototyping require so many stages? – Leslie Holland – Inventor, The Jewelry Closet

    Why does prototyping require so many stages? – Leslie Holland – Inventor, The Jewelry Closet

    For this week’s HomeTalkUSA “Invent America” segment, Michael King and co-host Rita Crompton discuss “Why does prototyping require so many stages?” with Leslie Holland, inventor of The Jewelry Closet, the first and only modular jewelry organizer. For more information, please visit: http://www.thejewelrycloset.co. About: Leslie is a first-time inventor, having navigated her way through the invention…

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