Inventors Workshop - How to Develop and Market your Inventions

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USD 8. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Overview Practical guide showing inventors how to develop, prototype, protect and market their inventions. Bob is an engineer with over 25 years experience developing and marketing products. He used his corporate and entrepreneurial experience to develop this step by step guide to help fellow inventors develop their products using a "boot strapping" approach. This helps inventors to successfully develop and market their inventions without breaking the bank.

It includes several inventors resources as well as details on companies looking for new products. Inventor's Workshop is a "take action" guide to turning your ideas into successful products. Product Details About the Author. He currently uses this experience to represent several companies to market their products and services in the US and Europe under Schmidt Products, LLC. Bob also develops new consumer products and has five patents, several patents pending and three trademarks. Bob is an engineer with over 25 years experience developing and marketing products. He used his corporate and entrepreneurial experience to develop this step-by-step guide to help fellow inventors develop their products using a "boot strapping" approach.

This helps inventors to successfully develop and market their inventions without breaking the bank. It includes several inventors resources as well as details on companies looking for new products. Inventor's Workshop is a "take action" guide to turning your ideas into successful products. Very informative! Would recommend to any aspiring inventor. I feel as if I am better equipped to move forward! What would have made Inventor's Workshop better? This book contains some basic information but not nearly enough to do much good.


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    Double down on yourself instead of searching for an external savior. Develop a product people want and will spend money on. Test the market to find out.


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    • One of the most efficient ways of doing so is by trying to license the idea. Don't fool yourself.

      How To Build Your First Invention Part One: Creating a Computer Model

      The only opinion that truly matters if you want to license an idea is that of the companies you show it to. Not your attorney. Not your family. Not your friends. Not even me.

      ‎Inventor's Workshop: How to Develop and Market your Inventions on Apple Books

      Protect your idea with a provisional patent application. The patent and prototype method of innovation is fraught with risk, which doesn't work for me.

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      I'm a no risk entrepreneur. I know the vast majority of patented ideas are never profitable. Filing a PPA is affordable, and enables you to spend a year testing the market first. Are companies interested? Is your idea any good? You need to know.