A wise secret’s an advanced version of an vehicle key, one that enables for keyless entry into your automobile. The car’s onboard computer can detect when the key is close to the car and can permit entry into the vehicle without you having to unlock the doorways manually.
My biggest challenge has been establishing a licensing settlement with a large clothing producer or distributor who has the resources to market this line of ties internationally. I have proven that the ties are a success on a local stage, but establishing retail partnerships and a licensing agreement has been a problem, particularly now that I’ve re-entered the company world. I am at present looking to license my idea to a Men’s Wearhouse, Vinyard Vines, PVH, or non-public neckwear producer who can actually take The iTie and Anchor Neckwear to the next level.
I spoke with the consultant from the Licensing Department and requested him if somebody, who’s doing online enterprise, must register with MCMC. His answer is NO, if your small business activity just isn’t related to the telecommunication trade. Example of enterprise that’s related to the business is, selling SMS providers or networking companies. So if you are doing these kinds of businesses, then you should register.
Everything But the Music is a music-inspired fashion site that doesn’t sell music. But everything from their t-shirts to their jackets to their jumpers is either emblazoned with a band name or borrowed from an emo singer’s model. The products are conveniently broken down by subculture, and it’s the Emo and Indie classes you will wish to try first.
This is a great concept, and I’m getting excited about planning and executing this concept into a marketing strategy for myself. There is clearly a market and thanks for sharing, however, I am curious to know Why you gave this idea away ?. (Im glad you did : ) )..Obviously not for egocentric causes, by the all of the replies, you had nothing to lose or gain by sharing. Thanks so much once more.