Joseph Dared to Invent
Watch as Davison’s Better Way to Invent turns Joseph’s Silicone Dessert Bar Pan idea into a store-ready reality!
Have you ever baked a delicious batch of brownies and only wanted to eat the ones that had chewy edges? Our inventor, Joseph, had always loved brownies with a chewy edge; in fact, much to his wife’s dismay, he used to slice a pan of brownies before it had finished baking, just so all the squares would have edges. Joseph wanted to satisfy his tastes without upsetting his wife. Watch as the Davison Inventing Method is used to invent Joseph’s “Silicone Dessert Bar Pan!”
Joseph Springer likes his brownies with chewy edges-he’s not alone, right? Well, his wife didn’t appreciate that he would slice her brownies before they were done baking in an attempt to give ALL the brownies edges. Joseph knew there had to be a better way! After coming to us for help in designing the product, it was licensed by a company looking for innovative houseware products.
Silicone Dessert Bar Pan
About Dare to Invent:
Dare to Invent is a webisode series from Davison that shows what can happen when everyday people with ideas take the leap of faith – and Dare to Invent. Each 6-8-minute webisode features the true story of a real person’s journey through the challenging process of bringing their idea to life, and then trying to take it to the masses.
Davison’s research, development and presentation services are provided for an upfront fee paid by the client and a contingent fee (which is a percentage of royalties obtained by the client, if any). New product development is an uncertain endeavor and the use of Davison’s services typically does not result in a license agreement, sales on any market or profit to the inventor. Davison does not perform analysis of the feasibility, marketability, patentability or profitability of ideas submitted to it.
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