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Invent: How to build physical products and sell them (Spark Fest 2018)

  • UTS 622-632 Harris St Ultimo Australia (map)
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  • Do you have a great idea about an awesome product that you know people will love?

  • Feeling unsure on where to start and how to make it happen?

  • Strapped for cash and feeling constricted?

Then you need to come to Innovation Drives workshop! We will show you how to invent a product, innovate and improve experiences around the world, and launch quickly and cost effectively. We are thrilled to be a part of Spark Festival this year.

You don’t need any experience in product development to attend our workshop. All you need is an inquisitive mind and a passion to launch your idea.

We will show you how to:

  • Build and commercialise your great idea

  • Avoid common issues in product development

  • Document your invention idea

  • Reduce financial constraints with options such as crowd-funding

  • Validate your idea with basic demand test

  • Patent search & application to protect your idea

  • Market research and pricing your item

  • Rapid prototyping with 3d printing and other growth hacks to launch quickly

  • License and manufacture in China

  • Access support and grants that are currently available to you

You will learn with leading Product Designers who've worked in Nano and life sciences and bought amazing life-saving products to market. You can check out our host Sayee Ganjekar who recently spoke at TedX Sydney 2018 here.


We also like giving. You will receive a free workbook that will guide you on your idea to commercial product success!

If you have any questions, feel free to send us an email at


You may be photographed or videoed while attending this event: please approach the organiser if you have questions, concerns, or do not wish this to happen.

The event organiser INNOVATION DRIVE may add you to a mailing list so they can follow up, and you can receive updates about their activities: this mailing list will have an easy-to-find unsubscribe button.

This event is part of Spark Festival and upholds the Spark Code of Conduct.