Phil Staunton - D2M

A step by step guide to developing and selling your product idea

I’ve been involved with turning ideas into reality for 12 years and worked on over a thousand products. This e-book seeks to bring together the knowledge I have gained and that of other experts in the field, to help you turn your idea into a successful product. If you want some professional help, or even an initial free consultation or opinion on your idea’s viability, don’t hesitate to get in touch with D2M Innovation. In the meantime, enjoy the book and I wish you every success on the exciting journey of commercialising a product – there’s nothing else like it!

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Phil Staunton - D2M

Phil is the MD of D2M Innovation. He has substantial experience in developing ideas and products for small businesses and individual inventors. Over the last 8 years, he has created and implemented product development strategies for over 1,000 projects.

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