I invented a new kitchen product in 2006. My product is considered a "gourmet" product, as the materials I used to make my product are the best I was able to find. Since 2006, I have been able to design & register my product Logo, design & copyright the retail packaging; locate and contract with a supplier outside the US; and managed to convince one (1) well known wholesale customer to advertise & sell my product in several different countries (in all 12 colors and both sizes). I have also sold my product to numerous website customers in 13 states in the US.
I must confess that there have been a couple attempts to copy & market my product idea. However, all efforts to copy my product have come very short of the mark. 1) the manufacturers of these copies have used cheap materials; and 2) even though the product idea is the same...they look almost comical when they're in use.
I have had problems, off and on, with a back injury I suffered in 1991. For this reason, coupled with the fact that I will be 60 soon, I have been seriously thinking about selling my business, and enjoying my grandchildren, while I am still able to do so. It may help if you are aware that, before I started this business venture, I have had no business experience, either wholesale or retail.
My 1st question to you is;
1) Is it possible to for me to sell my Trademark...if I include my Copyright, my current Internet customer contact information; inventory on hand (approximately 250 boxes in each color (x12 colors); in both sizes (Sm & Lg), and my business supplies & equipment; and,
2) how would I go about finding a buyer?
Thank you, in advance, for your time and consideration of my questions.