Business opportunities

Please visit the following links for summaries and images of innovative products.

  • Innovative food and/or drink products…

http://foodandordrink.wordpress.com

  • #1 Innovative toy/game/puzzle design, and logo design…

http://toygamepuzzle1.wordpress.com

  • #2 An innovative toy/game/puzzle, but it’s not just a toy…

Also suitable for, corporate gift, merchandising gift, or brand placement product.

http://toygamepuzzle2.wordpress.com

  • #3 Innovative 3-D toy/game/puzzle design…

Also suitable for, corporate gift, merchandising gift, or brand placement product.

http://toygamepuzzle3.wordpress.com

  • #4 Innovative 2-D toy/game/puzzle design…

http://toygamepuzzle4.wordpress.com

  • Heads of agreement

http://headsofagreement.wordpress.com

Other commercial innovative products includes:-

  1. Art, craft, and hobby product(s).
  2. #1 – #20 Residential/Commercial/Public building, plumbing products.
  3. Vehicle security product #1 & #2.
  4. #5 & #6 innovative 3-D toy/game/puzzle designs.
  5. #1 – #7 DIY/Trade building, hand tools.
  6. Residential/Commercial product.
  7. Household product, with some commercial market value.

There are no summaries, images, or presentations for the above list.

4greentech

Introduction

The development of ‘green’ energy is now seen as a necessity and the most obvious answer to reducing our environmental impact.

Objectives

To raise funds for the development of innovative, more cost-effective methods of producing reliable environmentally friendly energy, based in the UK, as most innovation grants and subsidies are not available to non-registered companies.

  1. Innovative ‘green’ energy products.
  2. Innovative ‘green’ concept vehicle, and products.

“Innovation is critical to the UK’s future prosperity, for a better quality life and future job prospects.”

No minimum fund is required to commence, but will require at least £1m to completely develop all theories.

* All donations will be spent wisely and sparingly, to achieve the objectives listed above.

This will:-

1. Create jobs at all levels, directly and indirectly.

2. Boost the economy.

3. Create alternative ‘green’ energy source(s), better for the environment.

4. Increase exports, thus increasing the UK’s revenue.

5. Reduce energy costs/bills.

“This Research & Development is significant and important, making the world a better place to live.”

* Several theories have been researched and formulated.

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Government and EU grants

UK Innovation Investment Fund:-

  • £125m for Environment Investment Fund.
  • £200m for UK Future Technologies Fund.

EU grants

  • Europe’s largest Technology Venture Capital Fund.

Welsh grants

  • Innovation Voucher.
  • Smart Cymru.
  • Wales Economic Growth Fund.

National Lottery grants

* Not eligible for the above grants, and the banks and financial institutions do not provide development capital.

Relative skills, experience, qualifications, knowledge in the following:-

  • Mathematics, English, Chemistry, Physics.
  • Design and Technology.
  • Computer Programming.
  • Engineering.
  • Mechanical Engineering.
  • 2-D and 3-D Solid Modelling, Computer Aided Design (CAD).
  • Desktop Publishing.
  • Heating and Ventilation.
  • Electrical Systems.
  • Model Fabrication and Fabrication.
  • Developing Marketing Strategies.
  • Product Development.
  • Prototyping.
  • Research and Business Development.
  • Intellectual property.
  • Health and Safety.

“Developing an innovative process demands a spread of skills that few individuals possess.”

Quotes:

  • Without innovation and without investment there is no progress.
  • Example, ‘You can teach people to be an Accountant’, but you cannot teach people to be innovative or creative.
  • “Small businesses and entrepreneurs are Britain’s future, and we need to back them to the hilt.”, quoted by Mr. John Caudwell, former proprietor of Phones 4 U.
  • A £1m budget is a lot of money, but in the grand-scheme, not a lot of money, if any of the above objectives can be achieved.

History

History is littered with examples of innovations that, at first dismissed as unimportant, went on to become triumphs – from early view, that the cinema was a minor novelty, to Decca Records’ rejection of the Beatles, as never likely to catch on.

A familiar ring?

Flushed with excitement, Bell and Watson demonstrated their new device to Western Union, but the company’s executives failed to see its potential. ‘Mr Bell,’ they wrote to him, ‘After careful consideration of your invention, while it is a very interesting novelty, we have come to the conclusion that it has no commercial possibilities,’ adding that they saw no future for ‘an electrical toy’. Fortunately for Bell, others were not so short-sighted. Within just four years of its invention, America had 60,000 telephones. In the next twenty years that figure would increase to over six million, and Bell’s telephone company, renamed American Telephone and Telegraph, would become the largest corporation in America, with stock worth $1,000 a share. The Bell Patent (No.174,465) became the single most valuable patent in history.

Cautionary tale

In 2012 Kodak files for bankruptcy, shortly after Instagram was bought for 1$ billion, both in the imagery business. Moral: Therefore don’t let process overtake innovation.

* Although there are several sources of ‘green’ energy, they have disadvantages. An example is listed below.

Disadvantages of wind turbines

1. The strength of the wind is not constant and it varies from zero to storm force. This means that wind turbines do not produce the same amount of electricity all the time, there will be times when they produce no electricity at all.

2. Many people feel that the countryside/coast should be left untouched, without these structures being built, the landscape/coast should be left in its natural form for everyone to enjoy.

3. Wind turbines are noisy. Each one can generate the same level of noise as a family car travelling at 70mph.

4. Many people see wind turbines as unsightly structures and not pleasant or interesting to look at. They disfigure the countryside/coast and are generally ugly.

5. Large wind farms are needed to provide entire communities with enough electricity. For example, the largest wind turbine available today can only produce enough electricity for 475 homes, when running at full capacity.

6. Lengthy planning process.

7. The shadow cast by the wind turbine and the blades.

8. The wind turbines have to be located in windy locations.

9. The wind turbines are very expensive to install.

…and the list goes on.

* All these disadvantages have been addressed, and several theories have been formulated to resolve all of them.

What the funds will be used for:-

To produce, scaled-down working prototypes and full-size working prototypes, where required.

Required:-

3-D printer

4 in 1 Printer, scanner, fax and copier

A0 drawing board

Accountancy fees

Assorted tools:

  • Engineering tools/equipment
  • Garage tools/equipment
  • Electronic/Electrical tools/equipment

Computer Software

Consultant fees

Components

Desktop computer(s)

External A:

Exhibiting at Trade Fairs

Fire extinguisher

First Aid box

Insurance

Kettle, teapot, toaster, fridge freezer, microwave

Laptop computer(s)

Large format printer/plotter

Legal expenses

Miscellaneous equipment

Miscellaneous kitchen ware

Office equipment/supplies

Office desk(s), Chair(s)

Overnight accommodation

Premises 50m2 – 100m2 (≡550ft2 – 1100ft2)

Premises associated costs:-

  • Rates
  • Rent/leasehold
  • Water rates
  • Electric
  • Gas
  • TV license

Postage costs

Public Liability Insurance (PLI)

Patent attorney fees

Patent fees

Professional design fees

Professional advisory fees

Prototype materials

Prototype(s)

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Salaries

Solicitor fees

Stationary

Sundries

Telephone/mobile phone expenses

Testing equipment

Travelling expenses/accommodation expenses

Unlimited broadband/line rental

Vacuum cleaner

Various second-hand equipment

Vehicle hire/leasing

Visiting Trade Fairs

Work wear and PPE

* This is not an exhaustive list.

Making donations

One-off, and regular donations, either weekly or monthly, or if you would like to contribute an item(s) from the list above.

“All funds raised will be spent on this venture only.”

Lloyds

Please make cheques payable to: 4greentech

Sponsorships

Sponsorships are also welcome.

Thank you for your support and contribution, as this is very much appreciated.

Contact details

Address:

4greentech

c/o

7 Caer Castell Place

Rumney

CARDIFF

South Wales

Great Britain

CF3 3PW

Tel: TBA

Email: enquiriesforthis@yahoo.co.uk

Business opportunities

Please visit the following links for summaries and images of innovative products.

  • Innovative food and/or drink products…

http://foodandordrink.wordpress.com

  • #1 Innovative toy/game/puzzle design, and logo design…

http://toygamepuzzle1.wordpress.com

  • #2 An innovative toy/game/puzzle, but it’s not just a toy…

Also suitable for, corporate gift, merchandising gift, or brand placement product.

http://toygamepuzzle2.wordpress.com

  • #3 Innovative 3-D toy/game/puzzle design…

Also suitable for, corporate gift, merchandising gift, or brand placement product.

http://toygamepuzzle3.wordpress.com

  • #4 Innovative 2-D toy/game/puzzle design…

http://toygamepuzzle4.wordpress.com

  • Heads of agreement

http://headsofagreement.wordpress.com

Other commercial innovative products includes:-

  1. Art, craft, and hobby product(s).
  2. #1 – #20 Residential/Commercial/Public building, plumbing products.
  3. Vehicle security product #1 & #2.
  4. #5 & #6 innovative 3-D toy/game/puzzle designs.
  5. #1 – #7 DIY/Trade building, hand tools.
  6. Residential/Commercial product.
  7. Household product, with some commercial market value.

There are no summaries, images, or presentations for the above list.

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