Inventing on a Shoestring Budget!: Insider Tips for Bringing Your Product to Market Without Breaking the Bank!

Inventing on a Shoestring Budget!: Insider Tips for Bringing Your Product to Market Without Breaking the Bank!

by Barbara Russell Pitts, Mary Russell Sarao
     
 

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Written by inventors for inventors, this guide outlines the steps involved with moving a product from the idea phase to market on an extremely limited budget. Filled with advice on how to save money during every phase of the inventive process and how to avoid falling into the traps set to ensnare unwary inventors, this handbook defines the steps involved

Overview

Written by inventors for inventors, this guide outlines the steps involved with moving a product from the idea phase to market on an extremely limited budget. Filled with advice on how to save money during every phase of the inventive process and how to avoid falling into the traps set to ensnare unwary inventors, this handbook defines the steps involved in developing, protecting, and marketing ideas while maximizing the chances of getting products to market. Tips include how to find out if your idea has already been done; how to obtain free (or nearly free) help; how to pace expenditures; when to spend money and when to hold back; how to know who may or may not be trusted; and where to find sources of funding to enable the pursuit of the invention.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780978522209
Publisher:
Second Sight Enterprises, Incorporated
Publication date:
09/01/2007
Edition description:
1ST
Pages:
250
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)
Age Range:
14 Years

Meet the Author

Barbara Russell Pitts and Mary Russell Sarao are the coauthors of The Everything Inventions and Patents Book and a column, "Two for the Money," which appears in Inventors’ Digest magazine. They have been awarded U.S. and Canadian patents and are the co-inventors of Ghostline® poster board. They have lectured extensively at seminars, workshops, and organizations around the country and were two of the inventors featured in the documentary film, The Big Idea. They both live in Dallas, Texas. 

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