Telebrands’ CEO, A.J. Khubani was recently interviewed by Diane Bell of U-T San Diego. Khubani is bringing the Telebrands Inventor’s Day to San Diego for the very first time and Bell gave readers the inside scoop on how the Inventor’s Day really works. On the Telebrands Inventor’s Days, Khubani invites inventors from all over to come and pitch their inventions for the chance at their idea getting turned into the next As Seen on TV sensation. According to the article, “as a judge, Khubani doesn’t want prior knowledge of products. “Our viewers watch a two-minute spot. I want to have the same experience.” If he doesn’t “get it” in the brief pitch time, he says it won’t be a good investment.”
To read the full article on the Telebrands Inventor’s Day, check out U-T San Diego.
Telebrands CEO, AJ Khubani, was recently interviewed on ABC News 7. AJ Khubani was discussing the upcoming Inventor’s Day in Chicago. This event gives everyday people the chance to pitch their inventions to a panel of judges including AJ Khubani, Poonam Khubani, and Anthony Sullivan, of “Pitchmen”. The inventors will have five minutes to pitch their idea in hopes of having their product turned into the next As Seen on TV sensation!
For more information on Inventor’s Day from Telebrands, visit ABC News 7.
Jim Siegrist, a hopeful inventor, recently traveled to Cathedral City, MN for Telebrands’ Inventor’s Day. Siegrist invented an egg separator, just one of his many inventions, and pitched it to Telebrands in hopes of being selected as one of their featured “As Seen On TV” products. Siegrist developed his love of inventing at an early age and will continue to develop his creations, regardless of whether or not his product is chosen.
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People from all across the country and locals from Minneapolis, Minnesota came out to the Hyatt Regency hotel Wednesday for a chance to land an informercial deal with TeleBrands.
“Inventor’s Days can be exciting, crazy, and packed with surprises, as people from all over North America come to show us the products that they have dreamed up. I’ve sat through a bunch of them so far – Las Vegas, Philly, Charlotte, and Washington DC – and none more insane than our trek to Los Angeles where 44 people spent one very long day showing us their wares. ” [telebrandstheblog.com]
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Melissa Senatore works part-time in the cafeteria at a School, but at night Senatore is hard at work looking to invent the next big product that could make millions.
Senatore now has her chance to realize her big dreams. Along with 24 other hopefuls Senatore has been selected to show off her product “Flip it Baking Basket”. She will travel to Minneapolis, MN along with all the other hopefuls and be given five minutes to pitch her product to Telebrands’ CEO AJ Khubani.
“It would be nice to be able to afford to do some of the things I haven’t been able to, in the last six years,” she said. “This would be a dream come true.”
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For more information about Inventor’s Day visit Telebrands Blog.
Inventor Chris Glaub is hoping his product the Magic Buttoner has what it takes to become one of Telebrands next products. Glaub has been an inventor for almost three decades and the Magic Buttoner is not his first invention. Glaub was able to tell his product was really useful when he shared his invention with a mother whose son was disabled allowing her son to button his own trousers.
“It is an opportunity of a lifetime … There is nothing to be nervous about. I know it works.” - Glaub
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See below for more information about Inventor’s Day in Minneapolis
Source: Telebrands Official Blog.
“TeleBrands, America’s leading “As Seen on TV” company and the Minnesota Inventors Congress (MIC) are teaming up in search for the next BIG consumer product idea at TeleBrands Inventors Day.
Eager inventors will attend this exclusive pitch-a-thon in hopes of landing a coveted infomercial spot. A cross between “American Idol” and “Shark Tank” each inventor has 5 minutes to pitch TeleBrands CEO and a panel of judges a consumer product idea.”