Kennesaw, GA (PressExposure) February 06, 2007 -- Even if you have a great invention without a package it will never sell. Lets face it consumers are a fickle bunch. It doesn't take much to turn them off. If fact, you only have 2.6 second to turn them on to your invention through your packaging. Yes, your package is your number one salesperson and once you have lost the opportunity you may never get it back.
Learn the full story when JoAnn Hines The Packaging Diva will be the guest speaker on Attorney Steven Leavitt and Jillian Freed's new interactive Internet radio show You Invent It Thursday, February 8, 2007. The show is broadcast live on WS Radio http://www.wsradio.com/ at 1:00 p.m. CST. Hear the Packaging Diva share her insights on "How To Package Your Invention To Sell." The Packaging Diva says "People always contact me whenever they are in trouble. Most of the time it is after the fact and they want the quick fix to their packaging woes. Well, it doesn't work that way. Packaging is a complicated intricate process. Understanding it requires time and consideration. Itâs not just about getting the product there. Itâs also about getting the product to SELL."
That's where the unique role of packaging comes into play. Packaging is a complex equation. It IS the sales person. It IS your brand. It IS your company and if you haven't given it the consideration it deserves it will fail or most certainly not live up to its expectations. Itâs a tangle of information out there and what you don't know CAN get you into trouble. So join the Packaging Diva this Thursday to learn the insiders tips on How To Package Your Invention To Sell. Learn why you should always make packaging your first thought not your last.
To listen live go to this page http://www.wsradio.com/ and in the upper left hand corner, click on listen live on show day at 1:00 CST.
For more details on "How To Package Your Invention To Sell" email Danielle at email@example.com or call 1-814-288-5451.
For more details on the Internet radio show You Invent It contact Carolyn at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 469-698-0590