Russell Williams is President and Co-founder of InventionHome and MatchProduct.com. Russell created InventionHome in 2002 as a credible and affordable platform for inventors to explore the invention and patent processes and has subsequently grown the company from a start-up enterprise into one of the industry’s leading organizations with a vast network of manufacturers, inventors and partners. He launched MatchProduct.com in 2008 as a free online marketplace for connecting buyers and sellers of finished “innovative” products.
Russell holds educational degrees from both Carnegie Mellon University (Masters/Management) and West Virginia University (Bachelors/Finance) and has accumulated over 20 years business and entrepreneurial experience.
Latest posts by Russell Williams (see all)
- 5 Tips for Pitching Your Invention to ‘As Seen On TV’ Companies - September 3, 2014
- 4th Annual ‘As Seen On TV’ Pitch Event Returns from InventionHome - June 20, 2014
- 2014 Response Expo Offers Great Opportunity for Inventors - January 16, 2014
NeatSink acts as a customizable organizer for kitchen supplies, while also acting as a backsplash for the kitchen sink. This unique product comprises a vertical back panel with a number of spaced horizontal slots, a flexible water seal located at the bottom of the panel, and a hand access for operation of the water valve. A pair of feet extends forward from each end of the panel to hold it upright. A variety of attachments can easily attach to the panel in whatever arrangement the user desires. The attachments are designed to hold a number of individual items useful in the kitchen, such as bottles, brushes, sponges, towels, and cleaning pads.
The inventor of this product enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist him in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for his invention.
InventionHome offers a low cost, low risk solution for helping inventors through each step of the invention process. They have created a simple and streamlined process for connecting inventors with manufacturers for the purpose of licensing inventions for royalties.
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