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Bringing a Product to Market from Your Home: With $500 and an Idea YOU CAN MAKE MILLIONS Paperback – February 5, 2010
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When I met Mr. Bronga I knew he was the creator and inventor of CLIPEZE, however I did not realize that his product was the same one I had purchased for years as a nurse!! His book explained his marketing concepts and I finally realized it was one in the same.
In "Bringing a Product to Market from Your Home," Mr. Bronga shares comprehensive information for anyone wishing to create a new product for sale. He explains the niche market concept and why it is particularly a good start.
The book is written in a clear, no-nonsense, conversational style and you feel he is sitting along side of you, providing you with good advice and encouragement. He explains the reasons for working from home to help insure success as well as when and how to expand. Bronga provides real life insight into the business such as the long hours, the tedious details, and provides free information that he gathered from his tireless research. He did the work for you. He even provides information on how do to things that I never dreamed were required.
There are tons of business books out there, but Mr. Bronga shares the good, the bad, and the ugly. He doesn't tell you it will all be easy; rather he gives a glimpse into the real life world of this business and the ups and downs that come with it.Read more ›
Fortunately, Mr. Bronga provides a comprehensive manual for anyone who has ever dreamed of creating and selling a contraption from an invention's conception to its introduction to the consumer market and beyond. The author's approach is thorough. He does not leave any step for success up to the imagination. He gives us facts, figures, a look at the psychological side of business and actual business forms to use. He even goes into things like predicting next year's hot color!
I particularly love Mr. Bronga's get-up-and-smell the coffee style. How's this for direct? "We live in a rip-off or knock-off society, and most successful products will be copied at a later date, regardless of whether or not they have patent protection."
"There is also a hard-to-explain phenomenon in this country. People love the underdog. They do love to see a small guy succeed, but they also love to tear down the large industrial giant or market leader. At times, jealousy comes into play."
Best of all, Mr. Bronga's chitchat style of writing is clear and lively to the point of feeling as if you can hear his voice: prodding, coaching, guiding and inspiring. The author's own story is pure motivation. Here's a glimpse into his journey: "Often, I was in my office working until 7:30 p.m. Then, I was up at 4:45 a.m.Read more ›
So titles Chapter 14. Also included are answers to most questions you have about the whole process of producing and marketing a new product. He reminds us that the best inventions and products are often the most simple. Niche markets are good, particularly to start out because the inventor can concentrate on a single group. Who knew that prototype makers and manufacturers abound? Who knew about inventor clubs being a treasure trove of information and help? The more you know up front, the better job you do. This book provides that needed information.
Most important, this author did it - with his Clipeaze badge holders that now provide good income. With this book, the mystery is gone, and you know exactly how to tackle each stage of development.
Recommended is keeping your day job as long as possible. Both he and his wife worked tirelessly from his garage as long as possible. Right in line with my Living Cheap & Loving It book, he recommends all sorts of free materials available from listed resources and on the Internet. By operating from home as long as possible, you greatly reduce chances for failure, and most new businesses fail. Yours won't if you pay attention to this book.
Living Cheap & Loving It, Tomatoes in the Flower Bed
While other books might provide some of the same information, Mr. Bronga has assembled all an inventor or new businessman would need to know in one easy-to-use reference. He offers step-by-step guidance, from conception of an idea to production and world-wide marketing in a format that's both easy to follow and logical. One of the biggest problems I've encountered in other business manuals is that the writers often use ten-dollar words when the same thing can be said simpler and more understandably. Mr. Bronga's style is conversational and appealing, and his personal experience makes this book a must-have for anyone interested in starting their own business.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
More information would be needed than the book has to offer in order to bring you product to market.Published 6 days ago by Marjorie Miles
Lots of real examples and stories in this book, the book turned me onto an author, Jeff Dobkin has some of the funniest and most clever writing I have seen. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Chase
would like to have seen some actual contacts for manufacturing, prototypes, etcPublished 15 months ago by prepper
This is my 3rd How-To book and I have to say the best and easiest to follow. If you have trouble figuring out what needs to be done with your idea or invention, this one's for you. Read morePublished 23 months ago by nanafromflorida
This book is full of simple, concrete knowledge that is totally applicable. I will always refer to this author and his writings in launching my products,.Published on October 6, 2013 by Just Plain Honest
Bringing a Product to Market From Your Home: is an excellent book, not just for the entrepreneur, but also for any Home business. Read morePublished on August 16, 2013 by Laura Smith