In Good Company
Got a great idea but don't have the time to develop it yourself? Why not hire an invention marketing firm to turn your great idea into a great product?
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Die-hard sports fan Scott Nastazio thinks a lot about golfersand the new products they could use. "They're alwayshaving to go back to their bags when they need [a tee]," saysthe 34- year-old New York City police officer. "I thought itwould be easier if they had a small tee- and golf-ball holder theycould wear on their belts."
Lacking the time to develop the product himself, Nastazio lookedfor a company that could help him bring his Tee Ball Caddy tomarket, eventually deciding on the Invention Idea Co. of New YorkCity. Since then, things have been moving quickly. "Thecompany made a prototype and has lined up an overseas manufacturerto make a product," he says.
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