Category Archives: Licensing your invention

Interview: Leslie Scott, Inventor of the Jenga on Got Invention Radio

Interview Part 1 Interview Part 2 Interview Part 3 Interview Part 4 Leslie Scott is the inventor of Jenga, the co-founder of Oxford Games Ltd, and the author of ‘About Jenga: The Remarkable Business of Creating a Game that Became a Household Name.’ Born and raised in Africa, and educated in Sierra Leone, Kenya and […]

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Interview: Kevin Harrington, Infomercial Pioneer, Investor shark on ABC’s Shark Tank show and Author of Act Now on Got Invention Radio

Kevin Harrington has served as chairman of the Company since its inception and as chief executive officer of TV Goods, Inc. since its inception. He is widely acknowledged as a pioneer and principal architect of the “infomercial” industry. In 1984 Mr. Harrington produced one of the industry’s first 30 minute infomercials. Mr. Harrington has been […]

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Interview: Bill McAlister, Media Enterpriseson on Got Invention Radio

Interview Part 1 Interview Part 2 Interview Part 3 Interview Part 4 Well known for his innovative style and strategic acumen, Bill McAlister serves as President of Direct Response & Product Sourcing for Media Enterprises, specializing in finding products, developing marketing strategies and implementing them. A 24-year veteran of the manufacturing and wholesale distribution of […]

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Interview: Dave Yearick, Inventor of Licensed Toy Products on Got Invention Radio

Licensed Toys & Games with: Hasbro, Mattel, Imagination, Basic Fun, ToySite, MaterPieces, Talicor/Aristoplay, Patch Products, Brio, Great American Puzzle Company, Martinex CURRENT VENTURE: Djubi™ (pronounced joo-bee) is played with specially designed racquets and a unique ball called “the djubi”. To play, place the rubber loop over the launch hook, pull back and aim. When the […]

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