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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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LAUNCH YOUR PRODUCT QUICKLY AND COST EFFECTIVELY

  • 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.

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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 contact@innovationdrive.com.au

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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.