This week, we analyze inventors who later came to regret their inventions. Sometimes it’s because the product ended up being harmful. Other times it’s because of the way their product was used. And in most cases, the creators simply lost control of their creations. We’ll look at why the inventor of the K-Cup doesn’t own a Keurig machine, why the creator of Mother’s Day later tried to have it rescinded and how the Wright Brothers lost control of the airplane. It’s one of the most unwieldy aspects of marketing – you create a product, you inform the public, you put it into the marketplace, and it’s out of your hands.
Hope you’ll join us.