789, RE: Want to sell my business idea to someone who can manufacture|
Posted by Pepperfire, Tue Feb-20-07 06:09 AM
I'm not sure what your business idea is. I'd risk being wrong by guessing that this is a food product that you have in mind.
If it is a food product, you will find that unless you have an out of this world product that nobody else is making and the manufacturer sees an enormous potential in it, he/or she will not find what you describe here as desireable.
Surely you have heard of incidents where people have great ideas, they sell the idea for a fee and then collect royalties on it... One example of this was a fellow who had an idea to take, (I believe) Cadbury candy bars and make Ice Cream bars out of it. He took the idea to Cadbury and asked for the exclusive right to make these ice cream bars. Costing Cadbury nothing, they agreed. He then took this exclusive right to an ice cream manufacturer and enticed them to make the products paying him a royalty on every bar sold.
Regardless of whether it is food or not, again the same caveat will apply the manufacturer will have to see the value you see in it to buy it from you and run with it.
So, yes it is feasible, but be aware that it might not be as wonderful as you think.
Good luck with it.
Tina Brooks, VP Marketing
Brooks Pepperfire Foods, Inc.
Makers of Peppermaster Hot Sauces
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