InventHelp, America's primary inventor agency is very happy to broadcast the addition of licensing veteran, Lisa Lloyd as an 3rd party, licensing expert for the company. Lisa has spent about two full decades licensing merchandise to well-known manufacturers like Scunci®, Helen of Troy® and Goody Products®. Her goods already have sold in stores internationally and have now generated more than $30M globally.
In addition to licensing her goods, Lisa has become contracted by foremost corporations throughout the years to help increase licenses as well as build new business. She continues to advise designers and firms through her 20-year company, Lloyd Marketing Group, Inc. Around The year 2007, Lisa took on a product coming from an inventor, TC Pets™, which she additionally formulated and manufactured. Lisa and the item happened to be eventually showcased on the ABC reality television show, Shark Tank, upon which she won the coveted investment of "Shark" Daymond John, founding father of FUBU.
"I'm thrilled to be working with InventHelp. I love the team and our shared mission to license inventions and products is a perfect synergy. I believe working together can help grow and shape our ever changing industry." Lisa will be working together with InventHelp to introduce and try and license clients' developments to her network of firms. Together with licensing, she's additionally a writer, motivational presenter together with trainer/educator in the topics of development. She has also been a featured lecturer at colleges across the country.
InventHelp is America's largest development submission corporation, assisting designers from 1984. Read additional information on InventHelp together with their development submission solutions at http://www.inventorsdigest.com/archives/4937 Manufacturers thinking about assessing further inventions and new product ideas will be able to connection InventHelp's related certification business Intromark Incorporated by just submitting an online application to evaluate latest product aspects at http://www.flickr.com/photos/inventhelp/