Inventing New Products/Inventions/Fonder


Hello again. You helped me a lot last time in pointing out the short comings in my Fonder idea.

This is where we left off.

I have re-polished my idea. Maybe you would be interested to take a look?



That is much better.  I see you have not only addressed my comments and concerns from our previous interaction; but you have also added a few features that were not present before.  Nicely done.  Keep refining.  What I would suggest now is to find a business plan workshop that is put on by your local university's business school, venture group, inventors group or angel investing group.  This will provide you with constant and critical feedback to keep refining your idea, your pitch and value offering.  

Best of luck!



Inventing New Products/Inventions

All Answers

Answers by Expert:

Ask Experts


Marty McCrea


Commercialization of an idea is truly an art form and I'm really good at letting people borrow my paintbrush. Although, it's important to note that you are your own artist, I can't paint what you see in your mind, only you can do that. But I can help. I can answer questions about honing your idea and helping it to become more real in your mind, your research, and within your speaking. I can answer questions about market research, validation, and where to go to make your first contact. My expertise is in answering the large questions that you have into more manageable pieces. I can also assist you in finding the source of the data that you can use to prove and pitch your idea if that's the path that you're on.


In my opinion, the current way to invent is inherently flawed. Regular people like us normally get “eaten up” by the proverbial sharks in the water. (corporations, invention submission companies, lawyers, etc)

We can not stand for this any longer; you feel this too, yes?


I have helped people think and re-think their ideas for years. Nobel Prize Winner Albert von Szent-Gyorgyi once said that "Discovery consists of seeing what everybody else has seen, and thinking what no one has thought." I agree with this truth with all of my heart. Now let's talk about your question, your passion, and how I can help your idea gain momentum if it is ready. If your idea is not ready for the market yet, I'll help you determine how you can get ready.

Bachelors of Arts in Organizational Communication from the University of Northern Iowa Masters of Science in Technology Commercialization from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin

©2017 All rights reserved.