Fromm Works is a father and daughter team. Company Founder Wayne Fromm has invented over 50 commercially
successful products including the Quik Pod, the world's first handheld telescopic monopod/tripod he
invented in 2004, and "Disney's Beauty and the Beast Magic Talking Mirror invented in 1990".
Wayne's daughter Sage Fromm grew up in the inventing industry and now co-creates new products and is part
of all aspects of the Quik Pod the original selfie stick.
Wayne speaks at a number of colleges and universities, including participant for four years at the MIT
Endicott campus Birthing of Giants program sponsored by INC Magazine and the Young Entrepreneur's
Fromm's business enterprises and associations have been reported in the media including Entrepreneur
Magazine, Inventor's Digest, Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, Investor's Daily News,
CNN, Business Week, Toronto Star, Financial Post, Globe and Mail, New York Post and CTV Biography. Fromm
has licensed to many global companies including Nestle Foods, Crayola and the Walt Disney Company. Wayne
was mentored by the late Jack L. Kamin, co-founder of the multi-billion dollar company
Wayne Fromm is a successful inventor and entrepreneur with patents in the U.S. and other countries to his
credit. Included among his creations are other hits including Disney’s Aladdin Magic Lamp”, “Crayola’s
Colour and Show Projector”, “Saban’s Power Ranger Room Defender” and “Nestle’s Nesquik Magic Milkshake
Maker”. His company co-marketed the successful toy, “Crazy Bones” a popular collectible that was
featured as a McDonald’s Happy Meal.
Sage Fromm grew up in the business and has completed an Honors Degree in Psychology on her way to a PhD.
Fromm Works Inc. proudly supports various non-profit organizations including the Starlight Children’s
Foundation. Sage is charged with social media marketing, customer service, promotions and web