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eluckey's Avatar

Still finding my way around EN forms.

Questions..

1. Do you have someone that can do sell sheets?

2. When they say the ones who sponsored your product doing the evaluation process what does that means?

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There is some good information on Sell Sheets here on the EN Blog-

http://blog.edisonnation.com/2017/11/inventing-101...

In addition, I believe John Vilardi has done some for EN Members. His work is outstanding.

Search Sell Sheet in the search box above and you will come across a lot of topics regarding them.

Robert Pontius
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You can also do a Google Search on 'Sell Sheet Templates'..they really are very simple to make...just keep it short and to the point...make them want to learn more about your product.  Good Luck!

Mark Bartlett
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Thank you guys...

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Thanks guys!

Eddie, to answer your second question:

2. When they say the ones who sponsored your product doing the evaluation process what does that means?

A "sponsored search" is a search that is run by a specific company who is looking for a specific type or category of products. Concepts that make it to the "finalist" stage will be presented to that sponsor only. This is different in comparison to our All category search where finalists are presented to multiple potential partners who may be a fit.

Hope this helps to clarify!

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Hi..I'm not an insider so I can't post links but Google roger Brown for net. 

His lessons on sales sheets used to be on these forums. I think you can still get them on his website. Best to you.

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eluckey's Avatar

Michelle Thank you .

So does that mean they won't look into another category for my product?

If not how do I get into the All category because my patent has 3 different applications for my product?

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Michelle, maybe I should ask is one better than the other?

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Hi Eddie!

If you'd like your concept evaluated for licensing opportunities for more than one potential partner versus a single sponsor, you're welcome to submit to the All category search.

How you chose to submit is entirely up to you.

Best of luck!

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