Miami, FL, July 14, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Dana G., Delaware resident and inventor, recently contracted South Florida invention assistance leader NewProductHelp.com to create a multi-faceted online presentation for his Donut Dollie invention. An innovative new product designed to make the preservation of certain perishables much easier, the Donut Dollie provides its users with an effective method of storing and dispensing items such as donuts, bagels, toast, and a host of others in fresh and delicious condition.
The Donut Dollie will be made from durable materials, making it a wise investment. Its proprietary features will also render it conveniently portable on kitchen counters, will give easy and convenient access to food items to everyone seated at a table, and will be versatile enough to accommodate a number of different foods at once. The inventor of the Donut Dollie is hopeful of the product finding success through outlets and catalogs selling food dispensing accessories.
This original idea is now being made available for licensing to manufacturers interested in new product development, especially in the food dispensing accessories industry. Dana G. is hoping to have the Donut Dollie in full production and available to the public within the very near future.
Dana G. decided to contact Miami, Florida-based NewProductHelp.com recently to explore the possibility of contracting the invention assistance company to eventually represent his product idea to manufacturers in industry, with the ultimate goal being to secure a licensing agreement.
NewProductHelp.com assists inventors by providing them with industry experts who will guide them from the earliest stages of invention development to the point where there are professionally produced promotional materials regarding the concept. Due to the efforts of NewProductHelp.com, this inventor is now on his way to having his product idea potentially seen by thousands of industry professionals through a direct marketing program targeted to provide maximum exposure.
After including the inventor and preliminary, non-confidential information about his product idea at no charge for a 1 year term in their proprietary database of invention information, the National Directory of American Inventors, NewProductHelp.com’s professional staff of writers and graphic illustrators then created a New Product Portfolio and Online Product Presentation for his idea, helping to clarify how the invention works and looks. A General Field-of-Art search through the database of the United States Patent and Trademark Office was also completed by an independent, registered patent attorney in order to provide the inventor with perspective on some prior art within the general category of his idea.
Having had an opportunity to review and approve the New Product Portfolio and Online Product Presentation, Dana G. now is weighing the decision of whether to accept NewProductHelp.com's New Product Publicity and Marketing Program proposal. Under the proposal, NewProductHelp.com would represent Dana G.'s Donut Dollie for 2 years through a collection of dynamic promotional materials such as press releases, product brochures, digital renditions, a password-protected website, and other visual mediums such as a New Product DVD and potentially, an interactive virtual reality presentation.
NewProductHelp.com representatives would also actively follow up with any manufacturers and marketers that display an interest in potentially licensing the Donut Dollie.
For more information on how you can get your idea to NewProductHelp.com, visit: www.newproducthelp.com
About NewProductHelp.com: NewProductHelp.com is a Miami, Florida-based invention assistance firm that represents independent inventors who typically lack the resources and experience to pursue the commercialization of their product concepts on their own. NewProductHelp.com utilizes dynamic promotional materials such as digital renditions, press releases, invention websites, and interactive virtual reality presentations, as well as representation at industry-leading trade shows, to achieve valuable exposure for the inventions it represents.