Category Archives: Representing your product

Presenting Your Product for Licensing

In the prior post I discussed how you should prepare for licensing before you leave home to present your product. In today’s post, the follow up to last week, we’ll address tips on effectively presenting your product to a potential … Continue reading

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Preparing to License Your Product

Almost every inventor considers licensing his or her invention to a manufacturer in exchange for a percentage of royalties of all sales of the product. Your great new innovative product solves a problem almost everyone has. You make a few … Continue reading

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Inventors Checklist: Your 30-Second Commercial

The next several blog posts will be upon “checklist” items for inventors: Today’s topic: Inventors Checklist: Your 30-Second Commercial Many inventors (though certainly not all) come from technical backgrounds – engineers, software developers and others. Technical people are great with … Continue reading

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Why Most Inventors Fail – Inventor Greed Kills the Deal

In the previous blog – Why Most Inventors Fail – Too Many Idea, Too Little Focus, I discussed both the strengths and weaknesses of creative thinkers. Inventors are great at generating large numbers of ideas (a strength) but weak at … Continue reading

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Successful Inventing from A to Z: R – Rep Your Product to Manufacturers

In the previous post – Q – Question: How do you License Your Product? – I discussed some of the pros and cons to two licensing approaches: engaging a licensing rep to negotiate an agreement on your behalf; or negotiating … Continue reading

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