I have had an idea in my head for a product that would help landscape maintenance companies save time and energy when unloading debris from their trailers. I finally created a drawing for it and currently have a company producing my first prototype that will be completed in a week or so. This product will be great for smaller companies that don't have the budgets for buying trailers with compactor/dumpers on them or buying a dump trailer that costs a fortune and weighs too much for daily use. My product will be in a couple different sizes to fit different trailer sizes and even a truck bed, and will probably cost around $300-350 as a retail item. It will make the idea of using a pitchfork absolete when it comes to unloading grass clippings, leaves, and lawn debris from your trailer or truck bed. I'm sorry that I can't explain much more about the product, but I am just starting to work on my patent application, so I can't reveal much about its design or how it's made. My question is: Now what do I do? I have started three (3) businesses of my own and was awarded the Senior Award for Business Management from Penn State University when I went to school there, so I have a decent amount of business knowledge. But I have never tried to approach other companies to sell my product for me or tried to sell my actual idea to a company so they can make it and sell it on their own. Does anyone have any actual experience in a situation similar to this? I don't have much of a budget to devote to making a full product launch of my own, but I know that my product would be well received by lawn companies like mine.