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Hi Coco Vinny! Thanks for the response! I'm located in Finland, so the best time to have a meeting is morning hours (8-11 am) of USA times. It would be evening hours here, so I'm available at any night now. Please send me an invitation with Skype, and let's continue there! My Skype id: janne.alasaarela

It would be very nice to share some experiences as an inventor on this field! You have made awesome marketing material and great social engagement. Great storytelling too!

-Janne

Janne Asikainen 
I agree! With my experience, I couldn't underestimate the importance of unambiguous instructions. We have constantly been modifying our instructions to remove any misunderstanding for a better user experience and faster learning. The only way to get results is to put the product on the market, and see how people will use it. It may also be really frustrating if the customers constantly misuse the invention, like with the legendary 2-sugarbites pack - invention.

I guess there is a lot of options for the material, so good luck to find the best match!!

Let's keep in touch! my email: janne.alasaarela@bubblecap.fi

Janne,

Congratulations for a great invention! I think there's a great market for your product, for it's a very simple and fast to pack the ingredients on the line.

I don't know about the user experience, or the current package design, but I think it would be a good idea to print the instructions directly to the package.

I'm sure you have seen this: https://yle.fi/uutiset/3-9237332
It's about a new environmental friendly, watertight paper material invented in Finland.

It would be nice to have a chat on some moment, to share experiences as a Finnish inventor. Please check my contribution: https://challenges.openideo.com/challenge/circular-design/feedback/bubblecap-the-world-s-smallest-and-simplest-sparkling-water-maker-fits-a-pet-bottle