Posted by: Marty Fahncke | May 25, 2007

Inventors: Want to sell your product on TV or the internet?

Do you have an invention that you believe would sell on television through infomercials or home shopping, or perhaps over the internet?

As Seen On TV

If so, I’m conducting an upcoming seminar with valuable information about how to make that happen.

A couple of months ago, I did a presentation at the Inventors Club of Kansas City on this exact topic, and the audience loved it. 

Here are a couple of comments I received:

Marty, our CEO CJ Boylan and I, and many others thought your talk was one of the best we ever had!
Steve Pope, President
Kansas City Inventors Club

Marty Fahncke is an informative and encouraging speaker/trainer. If I’d heard this seminar earlier I would have saved a lot of money and time. I’m encouraged and inspired about the viability of our products and can’t wait to put in practice some of Marty’s ideas!
Carrie Jeske, President
Inventive Ideas, Inc

I’ve since been asked by several other organizations to present this same information.  In order to avoid the time and expense of traveling around the country, I’m doing this as a teleseminar. 

The title of the session is “Electronic Retailing: From Inventor to Consumer at warp speed

This is a virtual event, and takes place via Teleseminar, meaning all you need to participate is a telephone. 

Date:  Thursday, June 21st, 2007
Cost:  $37.00

Click HERE for complete information

I would love it if you can make it!


  1. Hi, my mother in-law is very creative in she is a great interior designer she has created well over a hundred products for the family. How can I help her sell her products on television?

  2. egyptain inventor creat car spark called **HR**a new innovation has not be disable and has no damages and it can be the alternate of the old boogie and also works with high efficiency

  3. Marty, are you still giving seminars? Great info on infomercials!

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