19 December 2019

Our workshop for inventors and innovators – Is it right for you?

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During his career, Bang Creations’ founding director, Stefan Knox, has successfully brought people’s product ideas to fruition and to market. With clients ranging from individuals to corporate organisations, he has gained a wealth of experience. 

It is this experience that he shares with inventors and innovators at the workshop at the British Library that he shares with David Warrilow of London IP.  

Since the workshop's inception in 2013, dozens of attendees have committed to developing, manufacturing and taking their product ideas to market. 

As well as understanding what the design and protection processes entail, it is important that entrepreneurs are prepared to ask the right questions at the right times. In part one of the seminar, run by Stefan, he outlines these fundamental questions and explains how to create a plan. 

Answering these questions will help you to assess whether you have a commercially viable, marketable idea. 

 

  1. How do I know if my idea is worth investing in?
  2. What should I expect when working with a product design agency?
  3. What will the development process look like, and how much does it all cost? 

It is important that any client understands this process and how it might look for their project. Below are some of the questions that you might be asking yourself and using his years of experience, Stefan can help you to strategise and execute a plan which answers them. 

  • How do I design my product to make it innovative?
  • What is the best way to make my product?
  • How many products should I have manufactured?
  • How do I cost my product and how much should I sell it for?
  • How do I get the design and branding right?
  • How do I get my product into the marketplace?

As exciting as it can be to have a product idea that is ready for market, it is crucial that clients are prepared to protect their idea. If you have a product idea that you disclose outside of a non-disclosure agreement, it may be impossible to obtain a patent. Even if your product is new, it may still infringe existing IP. During part two of the workshop, London IP will prepare you for the process, how much it will cost, how long it will take and how it all works.

Stefan and David's shared knowledge will inspire, educate and equip you on how to embark on the exciting process of product design, development and protection.

One-to-one sessions

After attending the workshop, if you have additional questions about the design or design protection process, you can arrange a one-to-one session with Stefan and David. This is only available to workshop attendees as they are prepared with relevant questions following the workshop seminar. 

 

 

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19 December 2019

Our workshop for inventors and innovators – Is it right for you?

Back

During his career, Bang Creations’ founding director, Stefan Knox, has successfully brought people’s product ideas to fruition and to market. With clients ranging from individuals to corporate organisations, he has gained a wealth of experience. 

It is this experience that he shares with inventors and innovators at the workshop at the British Library that he shares with David Warrilow of London IP.  

Since the workshop's inception in 2013, dozens of attendees have committed to developing, manufacturing and taking their product ideas to market. 

As well as understanding what the design and protection processes entail, it is important that entrepreneurs are prepared to ask the right questions at the right times. In part one of the seminar, run by Stefan, he outlines these fundamental questions and explains how to create a plan. 

Answering these questions will help you to assess whether you have a commercially viable, marketable idea. 

 

  1. How do I know if my idea is worth investing in?
  2. What should I expect when working with a product design agency?
  3. What will the development process look like, and how much does it all cost? 

It is important that any client understands this process and how it might look for their project. Below are some of the questions that you might be asking yourself and using his years of experience, Stefan can help you to strategise and execute a plan which answers them. 

  • How do I design my product to make it innovative?
  • What is the best way to make my product?
  • How many products should I have manufactured?
  • How do I cost my product and how much should I sell it for?
  • How do I get the design and branding right?
  • How do I get my product into the marketplace?

As exciting as it can be to have a product idea that is ready for market, it is crucial that clients are prepared to protect their idea. If you have a product idea that you disclose outside of a non-disclosure agreement, it may be impossible to obtain a patent. Even if your product is new, it may still infringe existing IP. During part two of the workshop, London IP will prepare you for the process, how much it will cost, how long it will take and how it all works.

Stefan and David's shared knowledge will inspire, educate and equip you on how to embark on the exciting process of product design, development and protection.

One-to-one sessions

After attending the workshop, if you have additional questions about the design or design protection process, you can arrange a one-to-one session with Stefan and David. This is only available to workshop attendees as they are prepared with relevant questions following the workshop seminar. 

 

 

19 December 2019

Our workshop for inventors and innovators – Is it right for you?

Back

During his career, Bang Creations’ founding director, Stefan Knox, has successfully brought people’s product ideas to fruition and to market. With clients ranging from individuals to corporate organisations, he has gained a wealth of experience. 

It is this experience that he shares with inventors and innovators at the workshop at the British Library that he shares with David Warrilow of London IP.  

Since the workshop's inception in 2013, dozens of attendees have committed to developing, manufacturing and taking their product ideas to market. 

As well as understanding what the design and protection processes entail, it is important that entrepreneurs are prepared to ask the right questions at the right times. In part one of the seminar, run by Stefan, he outlines these fundamental questions and explains how to create a plan. 

Answering these questions will help you to assess whether you have a commercially viable, marketable idea. 

 

  1. How do I know if my idea is worth investing in?
  2. What should I expect when working with a product design agency?
  3. What will the development process look like, and how much does it all cost? 

It is important that any client understands this process and how it might look for their project. Below are some of the questions that you might be asking yourself and using his years of experience, Stefan can help you to strategise and execute a plan which answers them. 

  • How do I design my product to make it innovative?
  • What is the best way to make my product?
  • How many products should I have manufactured?
  • How do I cost my product and how much should I sell it for?
  • How do I get the design and branding right?
  • How do I get my product into the marketplace?

As exciting as it can be to have a product idea that is ready for market, it is crucial that clients are prepared to protect their idea. If you have a product idea that you disclose outside of a non-disclosure agreement, it may be impossible to obtain a patent. Even if your product is new, it may still infringe existing IP. During part two of the workshop, London IP will prepare you for the process, how much it will cost, how long it will take and how it all works.

Stefan and David's shared knowledge will inspire, educate and equip you on how to embark on the exciting process of product design, development and protection.

One-to-one sessions

After attending the workshop, if you have additional questions about the design or design protection process, you can arrange a one-to-one session with Stefan and David. This is only available to workshop attendees as they are prepared with relevant questions following the workshop seminar.