Humble corporate beginnings in the basement of his grandfather’s home, Davison traveled across the country meeting with creative people who simply wanted to make a difference in the world with their inventions. What started with a team of 5, transformed into a team of 200 motivated and dedicated innovation ambassadors who take the guess work out of inventing and make it a more simple process.
Davison had spent his life savings on developing his idea (a toothbrush sanitizer), only to find out that powerful, well-funded companies had all their resources under one roof, so their streamlined process and deep pockets made it virtually impossible for him to effectively compete in the marketplace.
Davison holds an array of intellectual property, including patents and trademarks. His inventing method has placed products in over 1,000 online and retail stores. He has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine (which called him “a creative genius”), CBS, Steve Harvey, and various media outlets, spoken at prestigious higher education conferences and establishments, and continues to be a voice for innovation across the United States. His poised optimism in the face of adversity serves as a reminder that we can, in fact, fail our way forward.