Apply for a free 360 product assessment today
Do you have a great product idea but are not sure of the best way to bring your product to market?
Does your design still need work to be viable?
Have you taken your idea as far you can without outside help?
Is it time to do a sanity check on your idea?
Do you need to create a working prototype to market test your product idea?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes – or even maybe, then it is time to book your 360 Product Assessment from Morgan Innovation & Technology.
With over 30 years of experience MIAT are the UK leaders in helping product innovators to bring their ideas to market and have developed the most comprehensive ecosystem available to inventors – Innovation 2 Income
As part of our ongoing commitment to helping UK entrepreneurs we offer a no obligation 360 Product Assessment during which our senior team will evaluate your idea from every possible angle to ensure that you have the most comprehensive review to help you decide on the best way to move forward.
The 360 Product Assessment will cover the following key areas
- Market opportunity
- Product design
- Regulatory and compliance needs
- Manufacturing and production
- Sales and distribution channels
- Funding and Finance
- Product Roadmap and Timetable
There is no cost for the 360 Product Assessment and you will leave with a clear understanding of where your product is and what steps are necessary to move it forward.
We invest in medical devices and any other projects are treated commercially and require significant funding to develop. We do not develop apps/software/licenses and ideas for any energy generating devices must include full technical drawings. Our funding is limited to research and development support, rather than commercial and marketing.
The following article and video will provide you with some background on how to prepare a new innovation idea and how we are able to fund product development.
Hear what one of our clients has to say about working with MIAT
MIAT are the founders of the MIAT Prize which each year offers over £30,000 of R&D support to the winner.