Transforming Good Ideas into Successful Products: a 4 Part Workshop Series

WARWICK, RI – Designed for creative individuals, entrepreneurs, inventors and startups, this workshop series covers the essential steps that separate successful ventures from those that fail. Upon completing these four sessions, participants will have a foundation and tools to validate the commercial merits and competitive advantage of their concept, and to make informed decisions before investing time and money. For those who complete the workshops and who want ongoing help to advance their ideas, an optional monthly support group follows in January.

The program will be held on Wednesday evenings starting on November 12 and continuing through Wednesday, December 10.  All classes will be held at the Centerville Seminar Center 875 Centerville Road, Warwick, Building 2, Suite 5.  Complete details for each class and a registration form can be found at The cost of the complete series is $96.  If you have questions concerning this program, please call Prophet Share, Inc. at 401-447-8000.

The series will be presented by Elizabeth Pierotti, an inventor, educator, and strategic product developer for more than 30 years. She has designed and developed innovations for both Fortune 500 companies and small businesses. She has given workshops and presentations to thousands of inventors, designers, entrepreneurs, and students on what it takes to transform ideas into commercially viable products. Through her company, The Inventing Life, Elizabeth mentors first time inventors. She is author of the guidebook “The Inventing Life” and the soon-to-be-published, “8 Steps to Successful Inventing… the Book That Comes With a Mentor.” She was the winner of the 2008 RI PBJ Innovation Champion award for her comprehensive one-on-one work with inventors and entrepreneurs. Learn more at

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