Grand Fusion Housewares
prides itself on innovation. Our principals have successfully launched hundreds of new items over the years.
Our distribution is especially strong in North America, but we also sell to leading international chains on every continent. We focus on a relatively narrow group of product channels where we have strong buyer relationships.
This includes Kitchen Organization, Gadgets, Cleaning & Laundry, Travel, Bath, and Pet. We also do well with products that keep beer & wine cold.
We work with talented designers who can help bring your idea to life starting with CAD renderings and 3D models. Our factory partners specialize in a variety of materials including silicone, plastic, metal, wood, and fabric. We work only with the best quality factories, and we buy competitively, which gives your product the best possible chance of being successful in the market. We offer common sense advice to help you protect your idea if there’s pending IP. And, we use market data to determine potential consumer demand before we launch so that we’re going after items we feel have a very high probability of success.
We like to see ideas from inventors who have already done competitive research on the market. We’re looking for innovation or improved versions of products in high demand categories. A good visual rendering or catalog sheet will help us better understand the concept and give you the best shot of capturing our interest. Short videos, 3D models, working prototypes, and CAD drawings are great, but not completely necessary.
If we like an idea, we’ll ask your permission to get quotes to understand tooling and product costs. If those hit our parameters, we’ll then draft a licensing agreement for your review. We typically incur most initial product development costs including tooling/molds, package design, inventory investment, and marketing collateral. We also have experts on our team that will optimize your product for sale online. And, we’ll collaborate with you on potential design improvements. When we launch, we pay inventors a royalty based on the revenue generated by an item over its lifetime in the market.