So you want to develop a new electronic hardware product?
Let me start with the good news – it’s possible. You can develop a hardware product regardless of your technical level and you don’t necessarily need to be an engineer to succeed (although it certainly helps).
It’s easier now in 2019 than ever before to develop a new electronic product.
Many entrepreneurs have so much confidence in their product idea, and are so sure that it will be a success, that they skip one of the most critical steps when bringing a product to market. That step is to first validate the product idea.
First, you need to make sure that there’s a market for your idea. Then, you need to verify that those people will pay money for your product.
Hardware startups take a long time before they begin generating significant income. Because of this, most people find it necessary to keep their nine to five job to support themselves, their families, and their start-ups during the early years.
Unbeknown to most hardware entrepreneurs, there is a better way!
When starting a new product business, you’ll likely need to hire engineers.
Unless you happen to be a jack of all trades who can do electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and software development, or if you’re lucky enough to have a co-founder team with all of these skills, you’re going to have to bring on outside engineers.
How do you know if you have what it takes to succeed with your product?
Developing a new product is no simple feat, and neither is getting it reliably manufactured. And, perhaps most challenging of all is figuring out how to get the word out about your product.
As you can imagine there are a wide variety of skills required to make all of this happen. Before you dive in and start spending big money, you should first evaluate if you have what it takes to make your product a success.
Invention promotion firms want one thing – your money. They don’t really care if your product is a success or not, because they are only focused on scamming you and taking your money. They have no interest in seeing your product succeed.
To hook you, they focus on telling you what they think you want to hear, instead of what you really need to hear.
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