Meet the EN Team: Jim Powell

Jim Powell

Working on new searches, licensing deals and bringing products to market requires lots of project management. This month, meet one of our secret weapons for keeping these tasks, well… on task! Get to know our Director of Operations, Jim Powell.

Q1. What is your position and what does it entail?

A. My role as Director of Operations at Edison Nation involves project management for developing and existing products and offerings. I focus on facilitating processes and procedures that help us do a better job and look for ways to be more efficient and productive.? The projects change but the goals are to provide the best service and support that I can to help make the product or project as successful as possible.

Q2. What do you enjoy most about working at Edison Nation?

A. I really like the variety of projects that we get involved with and the level of creativity.

Q3. If you could be doing anything else right this moment, what would it be?

A.Trolling for flounder on the South Carolina coast.

Q4. What?s your top secret hidden talent?

A. I know answers to all questions, just some of them are not correct.

Q5. As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

A. Saxophone player, but my level of talent made it impossible.

Q6. If you could live someone else?s life for just one day, who would it be?

A. Bill Gates, I could really find some useful projects for his money.

Q7. Who are you often told is your doppelganger?

A. That would be a short John Wayne, Pilgrim.

Q8. What are three things you can?t live without?

  • My Family
  • Beach Music
  • Sunsets

Q9. What?s a favorite funny EN office memory?

A. Watching Ryan and Christobal tear up the office over the years and rebuild it, kinda.

Q10. What do you think is the greatest invention in your lifetime and why?

A. The GPS. Now I know where I am going and where I have been and I don?t need to ask for directions.

9 Comments Meet the EN Team: Jim Powell

  1. Bryan Duerst

    I Got a Invention. about “Safety” This Popcorn in ball. But I want Looking a Patent.

    Deaf Invention / Engineer,
    Thank EN Or Jim Powell. Please Soon Call to me.

  2. Steven Machado

    How do you do Jim: I not much an administrator but meeting new people IS one of my things. Visit my website and give me some feelback. Just shipped 2,500 toys to International school in So. Africa. Entering the “homeschooling industry”, maybe we could collaborate ? ?

    Steven

  3. Samuel Parker

    I am inquiring for further explanation since it is not clear in your feedback to me what you are saying.. I hope the video helped you to see that tire is placed on the tire lift and can be rolled to the car. I am not sure what is meant from the ground. However, the tire lifts the tire by moving the handle up and down. What is beneficial to the user is that the user in placing the tire on the lugs at this time does not hold the tire up while aligning it with lugs. This saved wear and tear on the arms, back,and legs because you do not have hold the tire while aligning it to the lugs. There are three alignment features to the Samson Tire Lift, the swivel wheels, the rollers that the tire sits on, and the lift handle raises the tire from the ground up as the tire sits on the tire lift. Last of all, the video is a visual as to how the tire lift works. This a friendly request for more feedback in what you are telling me. I am not sure if I really understand what you are saying to me. Thank you for your consideration

  4. Barbara-Jo Alois

    Hello EN,
    I’ve been missing you!
    I faithfully watched EN on TV and I enjoyed your online newsletter. Then the day came when I wasn’t able to find EN on TV nor was I rec’ving your newsletter :o/
    I am delighted to see you in my inbox!
    I have 2 ideas and EN is the one I trust. Where do you and I go from here? I want to meet with you!
    Gratefully,
    Barbara-Jo

  5. Edison Nation

    Hi Barbara-Jo. We’re so glad to be connected with you again! In order to have your ideas considered, you’ll want to start by visiting our “Searches” page (http://www.edisonnation.com/searches) to see if there is a search currently running that would be a good fit for your idea. If you don’t see one at this time, our Lunch Hour search is an open search where we accept ideas from all categories, so this may be a good option for you in that case. Once you’ve found a suitable search, you’ll simply follow the steps to submit your idea. I hope this helps! Good luck with your submissions.

  6. Jack Hallberg

    I would like to submit an idea for review, who or where do I do that, or send submission. Thank you for any help you can give or pint me in correct direction.

    Thank you
    jth

  7. Andrea

    Hi Jack,
    To have an idea considered by our team, it must be submitted to one of the searches on our website. The first step you’ll want to take is to review our current searches at http://www.edisonnation.com/searches. If you see a search for which your idea may be a good fit, click the “submit idea” button and you will be guided through the submission process. Hope this helps and good luck to you!

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