An Inventor called me and we discussed her product that is fully developed, is a great idea and at a crossroad on what to do next. She has a full time job, has limited cash and wants to manufacture her product on her own. We discussed her options and spoke about starting slow, maybe reaching out to catalogs, building a website and generate some online sales and build a track record and at the same time (more…)
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1. Starts with an idea in your head, on a napkin, text, email or leave yourself a voice message to capture your idea before it disappears!
2. Attempt for intellectual property protection, including provisional, design, non provisional or utility patent and/or trademark.
3. Bringing your product to life-computer drawings (CAD), identify materials needed and make a prototype.
4. Licensing-preparing for licensees and representation
5.Manufacturing-preparing for production (more…)
So many people I run into say they “want to be an inventor”… Everyone is an inventor, they just need to be aware that they are already! Click here to read my article on answers.com describing what it takes to be an inventor!
Keep on Inventing!
From your Inventing Tip Master,
Brian Fried (more…)
After being involved in a local inventors club, then starting my own through my county government office, and writing my book, I realized that I wanted to continue getting the message out more frequently to help inventors keep moving their ideas forward, so I invented a radio show Got Invention Radio in November 2009. It started off as a weekly online show where I interview resources for inventors and successful inventors for an hour. (more…)
I was asked: You’ve helped lots of inventors get their product to market, what are some of the common threads you’ve seen among successful and unsuccessful inventors when it comes to market penetration? What do inventions generally need in order to succeed with the general public?
One of the most important messages I pass (more…)
Originally posted on Inventing Tips:
NDA’s, Non Disclosure Agreements or confidentiality agreements are typically used to put people on notice that you are revealing personal information about the idea you list within the NDA and is understood that you cannot talk about what was just shared verbally or in writing or through any exchange for (more…)
Read article here: How to Come Up With a Profitable Invention. Got Invention? www.gotinvention.com Need an Inventor Coach? www.inventorconsulting.com Need to find Inventor Resources? www.getinventionhelp.com Keep on Inventing! From your Inventing Tip Master, Brian Fried
Click Here for article: What Does Licensing Your Invention Mean? Got Invention? www.gotinvention.com Need an Inventor Coach? www.inventorconsulting.com Need to find Inventor Resources? www.getinventionhelp.com Keep on Inventing! From your Inventing Tip Master, Brian Fried
Interview: Just in time for Shark Tank. Listen to Interview with Lori Greiner on Got Invention Radio
Shark Tank Friday!! Listen to Lori Greiner talk about what it takes to give your invention it’s best chance for success with Inventor Host Brian Fried on Got Invention Radio. This interview has been very popular with great tips to help you and your invention ideas! Download or click to listen: http://gotinvention.com/pastshows.php
Innovators go through so much of an emotional roller-coaster during the process… it’s time for a mental timeout! Listen to this free in-depth interview I had with Bob Proctor, featured in the blockbuster hit and book, The Secret, on my Got Invention Radio show, to help you with your bid ideas! He is widely regarded as one of the living masters and teachers of The Law of Attraction and has worked in the area of mind potential for over 40 years. (more…)