More often than not, invention ideas evolve and take a different shape, resulting in a solution that may be completely different than the inventor initially pictured in their mind.
Change is a constant, especially in the invention world.
Inventions are meant to solve a problem and sometimes those problems are ones we didn’t even realize we had.
The fact of the matter is that these new solutions have the potential to make an impact on people. Whether they make our lives easier by providing a Better Way to do something or simply give us an option we didn’t know existed – successful inventions and innovations provide a solution to a problem.
That’s why at Davison we like to say, “There’s always a Better Way!”
As we mentioned before, invention ideas can change. At Davison, we see this happen all of the time and, sometimes, the results are wonderful.
We often think back to our client, Melanie, inventor of the Half N Half Cupcake Pan.
While Melanie courageously battled cancer, she also took on smaller challenges in the kitchen as a novice baker, who realized there had to be a simple way to quickly cut an entire pan of brownies to the same size with ease.
Melanie pursued her idea on her own. After spending a lot of time and money on a patent for her idea that seemed to be going nowhere, Melanie contacted Davison to help get her idea cooking, only to find that buyers were not so interested in brownies. Cupcakes, however, were a different story. And, so evolved the innovative Half N Half Cupcake Pan.
Melanie Dared to Invent. Like every one of our clients, she took the risk and, even though her product idea changed, it became one that provided a real solution.
So whether an invention provides a Better Way to make cupcakes that are half chocolate and half vanilla or initiates extreme advances in medicine or technology – solutions to problems are out there and sometimes, it takes great people in this world to create a Better Way to make the world a wonderfully-inventive place.
Do you Dare to Invent?
If you are ready to potentially problem-solve, submit your invention idea today!
Copyright Davison, 2015
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