Prototype House Co-Founder Matthew Bordy Shares Prototyping and Product Development Tips at a Miami Start Up Event

Throughout the event attendees asked various questions about the product development process ranging from patent filing, to the manufacturing process and when is the right time to contact a product development professional.

ORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., June 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), patent fillings worldwide have been steadily increasing since 2013. Prototyping and product development are trending topics for both entrepreneurs and company leaders in most major cities and Miami, is no different! On April 27, 2016, Gold Coast Venture Capital Association hosted an event, at Miami's mindwarehouse, entitled "Making Your Idea Into a Prototype."


"I was honored to be one of three guest speakers at this event and share tips with entrepreneurs who have a solid product idea, but aren't quite sure what the process is for bringing that idea from concept to a final product that is ready to be sold to consumers," said Matthew Bordy, Co-Founder of Prototype House.

Throughout the event attendees asked various questions about the product development process ranging from patent filing, to the manufacturing process and when is the right time to contact a product development professional.

"At Prototype House our role is to lead our clients through every step of the product development process," said Bordy. "We offer comprehensive packages or a la carte services. All we really need to get started is your initial product idea or simple sketch of your concept."

With more than 30 patents of their own, Prototype House Co-Founders Matthew Bordy and Francisco Molina have more than a decade of retail manufacturing experience.

"Patents are always a hot topic," said Body. "The ideas we develop or improve on are owned by our clients. We do not require to be listed as an inventor unless the client would like to include us for legal reasons. We provide our clients with patent drawings and recommend all of our clients protect their product."

Launched in 2013, Prototype House is a full service product development firm based in downtown Fort Lauderdale. Prototype House provides entrepreneurs and inventors with industrial design, patent drafting, prototyping, 3D printing, packaging, mechanical engineering and contract manufacturing services.

If you would like to invite Matthew Bordy and the Prototype House team to speak at your next event, please send an email to create@prototypehouse.com or call (561) 922-9931. To connect with Prototype House or to request a quote visit http://www.prototypehouse.com.

About Prototype House Inc.
Prototype House Inc. is a full service product development firm based in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale metro area. Offering a full range of services including industrial design, mechanical engineering, prototyping, patent drafting, packaging design, brand development, and manufacturing. Prototype House Inc. helps inventors, entrepreneurs, and large brands bring their product ideas to life and ready for manufacturing. Visit http://www.prototypehouse.com or call (561) 922-9931 to request a free consultation. Like what Prototype House is doing? Show it by connecting with the Prototype House team on Facebook.

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