Have you ever had an idea for a product and wish you had taken it further?

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There is a big world out there, and in it, are amazing innovative ideas. Sadly these innovative ideas are not taken further? The reason that ideas are not usually taken any further is because a lack of personal funding in order to get the idea into a workable prototype, confidence in entrepreneurship and developing the product once it gets to market, and the fear of failure, which is a fear of ‘what if things don’t work out’.

With this in mind, we often forget that everyday inventions such as the lightbulb, the telephone and the internet, were all once an idea in someone’s mind.

A lot of ideas all started out as a basic idea however it took that one person to realise its potential and remain persistent in order to develop the idea in order to make it a reality.

There seem to be 101 reasons not to talk to a product design consultancy about your idea or prototype. We can support you with a medical, consumer health and wearable technology idea.

We can all make positive contributions to the world we live and we should be encouraged to take that initial step and research whether we have the next solution to someone’s problem.

If you have a medical device idea and want to take advantage of Triteq’s one hour’s FREE consultancy, then why not get in touch?



For more information, please contact the original blog post author:

Aaron Marc Bennett

Triteq Ltd

01488 684554


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