After spending upwards of $30,000 to make it to the Milojo Productions open casting call in Chicago for Women Inventors with a working prototype of her invention, AttachaTray, only to be turned down, you would think Melinda Knight would be crying in her coffee. I can assure you she is not. Instead, finding herself surrounded by a group of incredibly talented ladies, many with fantastic inventions, she saw a need and had an “aha” moment.
If you are a woman inventor looking for a safe, user friendly place to sell your invention that receives high traffic volume with the most profit possible, then womentorz.com is your opportunity! We are very excited about the upcoming launch of this e-commerce site which will provide a marketplace for you to connect with fellow inventors and distribute your product directly to the consumer, eliminating the cost and dependency on retail distribution. The very talented Kat Spellman of The Spellman Company has been selected to handle what is sure to be an incredible public relations campaign. Can you say “media blitz”? She’s worked with everyone from the folks at O Magazine, the New York Times, the Associated Press and more.
Melinda is working hard to finalize the pricing for membership and advertising. Please contact us if you are interested in being a part of this ground floor opportunity! Look out Amazon!
You can follow the progress of womentorz.com on our blog at www.womentorz.blogspot.com as well as on Facebook.
Feel free to contact us directly:
Melinda Knight, Owner and Founder
Jennifer Cannon, Partner and “Executive Cheerleader”