Joy's Party On The Go

Davison Inventor - Joy
"My idea sold on QVC!"

This invention was created using:
The Davison® 9-Step Inventing Method

Davison’s 9 Step Method offers our clients an informative experience that utilizes our technology and leverages our dedicated team of project managers designers, builders, and licensing agents who walk with inventors down the path of turning their idea in a product or app.

Party On The Go - Before
Before
Party On The Go - During
During
Party On The Go - After
After

Joy is an idea person who was going to a picnic and wanted to take her famous deviled eggs. She searched for a container to hold them securely but couldn’t find one, so she used a pie pan covered with plastic wrap. By the time she arrived to the party, the deviled eggs didn’t look “famous” anymore; they were a mess. Joy knew there had to be a better way, but she couldn’t find anything in the stores, so she decided to use the Davison method to create a container that would transport food neatly and securely. We listened to her idea and developed a strong portfolio for her. We’re glad we did because we presented her portfolio to a corporation that signed an agreement to pay Joy a percentage of the profits each time one was sold.

Party On The Go has sold in:

Sears Logo
Jo-Ann Fabrics

The “after” in the above case study is not meant to represent that all ideas go to market, get licensed and sell in stores and online. All ideas have their own journey. Some ideas go on to make history while others at least fail while daring greatly. Davison offers our clients an informative experience that utilizes our technology and leverages our dedicated team of project managers, designers, builders, and licensing agents who walk side by side with our inventors on their journey every step of the way. Davison charges fees for services. The typical inventor’s product is not licensed, profitable or sold in stores.

The photo above is of Joy, the actual client who was not paid for his endorsement of our company.

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