Category Archives: Got Invention Interviews

Interview: Walmart Get On The Shelf Contest Interviewon Got Invention Radio

Host Brian Fried of Got Invention Radio interviewed Walmart’s Media Relations Spokesperson Ravi Jariwala, to discuss the Get On The Shelf contest currently running (closed for submissions, open for voting) for inventors and small businesses with a product ready for production, competing for a shot at getting their product in Walmart. Approx. 15 minute interview.

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Interview: 3dHubs.com Largest 3D Network- Bram de Zwart on Got Invention Radio

Got Invention Radio, with your Host Inventor Brian Fried interviews, Bram de Zwart of 3D Hubs which is the world’s largest and fastest growing network of 3D printers. By making 3D printing locally accessible to everyone 3D Hubs is changing the way products are being manufactured and distributed. Today the network is providing over one […]

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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: Norm Brodsky, Inc. Magazineon Got Invention Radio

Interview Part 1 Interview Part 2 Interview Part 3 Interview Part 4 “Street Smarts” columnist and senior contributing editor Norm Brodsky is a veteran entrepreneur who has founded and grown six businesses. In 2008 he sold CitiStorage, a document-archive business based in Brooklyn, New York, for $110 million. Along with Bo Burlingham, Norm has chronicled […]

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