DON’T ABANDON YOU IDEA—PATENT IT!

Connors & Associates understands both your passion and frustrations.

You worked long and countless hours inventing a product that you believe has the potential for commercial success. Unfortunately, the constant bombardment of negativity from your family and friends (including “that look” you get every time the subject of your invention comes up) is a frustrating roadblock to your success. This frustration causes you to abandon, not your idea, but your motivation to go forward and patent your invention.

Our goal is to ignite the passion and enthusiasm you experienced when the idea for your invention was born; which can lead you to the success you envisioned. Connors & Associates can help you accomplish your dreams, as many others before you have done, by lighting the fire of zeal and enthusiasm you experienced when your idea was born.

SHARK TANK PROVES THAT INGENIOUS IDEAS ARE ALL AROUND US

There is a TV show that has ignited the passion of inventors across the US. The show is Shark Tank.

Shark Tank is the recipient of the 2015 and 2014 Emmy Award for Outstanding Structured Reality Program. Shark Tank features the Sharks — tough, self-made, multi-millionaire and billionaire tycoons — as they invest in America’s best businesses and products. The Sharks will give people from all walks of life the chance to chase the American dream, and potentially secure business deals that could make them millionaires.

Shark Tank details real inventor scenarios and the importance of patents and trademarks. The show also discusses the value of licensing; as opposed to the inventor having to produce and market the product. Shark Tank has re-created inventor enthusiasm across the US.

A PATENTED PROCESS OF REMOVING BONES FROM RIBS

After securing a patent for the process of removing bones from ribs, Al Baker and his daughter Brittany Baker appeared in Season 5 of Shark Tank.

Al Baker secured a deal with Shark Daymond John (“John”) for $300,000 in exchange for 30% equity in licensing rights to his company in Season 5 of Shark Tank. After helping Baker secure a deal with a large-scale food processing plant, John has recently stated that he believes that Bubba’s boneless ribs will soon achieve $200 million in lifetime sales.

A PATENTED GROOVE IN A BOOK CREATED TWO MILLIONAIRES

Brian and Julie Whiteman appeared on Shark Tank to pitch their GrooveBook to the show’s investors. The key to GrooveBook is the “proprietary patented groove” in the binding of the book that allows flexibility, which allows the book to be mailed for extremely less than their competitors. Less than a year after appearing on Shark Tank, the Whiteman’s sold GroveBook to Shutterfly for $14.5 million.

There is an opportunity waiting for you to achieve your dreams of financial success with your invention which begins when you call Connors & Associates.