Invention Advice Email service – £35 or £65

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Fast advice on ‘back of an envelope’ ideas

 

With many very early-stage invention ideas, what’s mainly needed is advice on whether the idea is worth taking further – and if so, what to do next.

Or you might have several invention ideas floating around in your head (not uncommon) and not know which, if any, to develop. Briefly tell us what they are and in a single package we can give you advice on which to prioritise.

Or you might have a simple non-technology idea that can be assessed quickly.

Or you might have done your own research but want a second opinion, or an answer to a specific question.

In any situation where you broadly need advice rather than detailed research, an Invention Advice Email could be ideal. And we’ll normally send it in 10 working days or less.


Here’s what you do:

You can choose from two levels of Invention Advice Email, depending on how much feedback you want: Level 1 books us for one hour; Level 2 for two hours. It’s as simple as that. Level 2 can include, if you wish, a follow-up phone discussion.

STEP 1 Using the email address mail[at]abettermousetrap.co.uk  – subject heading ‘Advice email’ – send us whatever information and questions you think relevant. Feel free to add attachments but keep ’em short. (We don’t want to spend the whole time reading a lengthy business plan, for example.) Images can be very helpful.

STEP 2  Use the drop-down menu to select Level 1 (£35) or Level 2 (£65). Then click the Pay Now button below to make your secure online payment. You don’t need a PayPal account. Your Invention Advice Email becomes ‘live’ when we receive PayPal’s confirmation of payment, which we’ll acknowledge by email.


Level 1 or Level 2?





Small print

•  Our Terms and conditions and promise of confidentiality apply. Please read them first.
•  We aim to reply to Invention Advice Emails within 10 working days of notification of payment. If for any reason it’s going to take longer, we’ll let you know as soon as we can.

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