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All about inventing, inventions and licensing, including interviews with successful inventors




Interview with Citlali Chevaili Creator of a Range of Skin Care Products

In this podcast, product developer Citlali Chevali talks about how she created and developed her range of Natural Perfection skin care products. She also shares her insights on some of the best ways she has found to promote her products to the people who have the most influence on the skin care market. Continue reading →

Duration: 00:13:11

Interview with Jeff Dahl Inventor of the LoopRope

In this inventor interview Jeff Dahl talks about his invention LoopRope. LoopRope is a safer, more versatile alternative to bungee cords and can be used to attach loads safely on trailers, roof racks, lorrys and trucks. Jeff has managed to get LoopRope into Walmart and some other major retailers and explains how he did it in the podcast. Continue reading →

Duration: 00:16:45

Interview with Betsy Kaufman an Edison Nation Inventor and Creator of Eggies

Betsy Kaufman talks about "Eggies" and how her idea was chosen as an Edison Nation invention winner in the "As seen on TV" category. Continue reading →

Duration: 00:21:24

Interview with Inventor Julie Austin about her Swiggies Invention

Julie Austin the inventor of Swiggies, the wrist water bottle, explains how she came up with the idea, how she developed it and mistakes she made along the way. Continue reading →

Duration: 00:14:18

Interview with Tom Lawton Inventor of the Bubblescope 360 Degree Camera

In this podcast Tom tells his inventor story, offers advice for novice inventors and talks about the development of BubbleScope, his new invention, an instant 360 degree camera accessory made for smartphones. Continue reading →

Duration: 00:36:58

How Inventor Narayanan Subramanian got his Eco-Friendly Water Heater Control To Market (Podcast)

Inventor Narayanan created the Hybernator, a programmable control for water heaters to market. He originally entered his invention in an Edison Nation search for inventions that saved energy. Continue reading →

Duration: 00:17:27

Stephen Key talks about how he Licenses Invention Ideas (Podcast)

Stephen Key from is an inventor who has successfully licensed his ideas for many years. In this podcast he explains how he started licensing ideas and the method he uses. Continue reading →

Duration: 00:14:38

Learn how to License Your Toy Invention with Mary Ellroy Toy Inventor and Agent

Mary Ellroy a Toy inventor and agent offers some great advice on how to license your toy invention Continue reading →

Duration: 00:22:30

How Toy Inventors Kurt Marquart and Elaine de la Mata Licensed Squaredy Cats (Podcast)

In this podcast toy Inventors and Illustrators Elaine and Kurt from talk about licensing their characters Squaredy Cats Continue reading →

Duration: 00:23:50

Podcast Interview with Inventor Julia M Rhodes from Kleenslate about her Inventors Journey

In this podcast interview interview Julia M Rhodes from Kleenslate talks about her inventors journey from being a teacher, to bringing to market her first invention, an eraser to go on the end of dry erase markers. Continue reading →

Duration: 00:18:38

How Blogging Can Help Sell your Product Invention – Interview with Andrew Rondeau

Andrew Rondeau a blogging expert offers his advice on how blogging can help you drive more traffic to your website to sell your product invention Continue reading →

Duration: 00:44:31

Interview with Jim DeBetta Inventor Coach and Retail Expert

In this podcast Jim DeBetta an inventor coach and entrepreneur, shares some of his knowledge of helping inventors take an idea from a sketch, to a retail ready product.

Interview with Toy Inventor Peter A Wachtel – Podcast

Peter A Wachtel, a toy inventor and designer explains the process you need to go through to license your toy invention ideas.

Podcast Interview with Inventor Roger Brown who gets his Ideas Licensed by

In this podcast Roger Brown a successful inventor explains that using his process you can get ideas licensed by spending less than 100 dollars

Podcast Interview with Jim Polster Inventor of the Polester Longshot Camera

In this podcast inventor interview I talk to Jim Polster from Longshot Camera Systems who first invented the Polester just for himself to use after nearly falling off a ladder trying to take photographs of a roof for his job.

Interview with Inventor John D Smith Who Says Don’t File a Patent

John D Smith, inventor and author of Don't File a Patent shares advice on how inventors can get products to market without spending a fortune on patents