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How Invention Help Companies Really Operate
     

How Invention Help Companies Really Operate

by Matthew Yubas
 

You have a new product idea.

Are you thinking of using an invention company, or perhaps you already spent $10,000 with nothing done?

Unfortunately, there are companies that are lurking to take advantage of unsuspecting people. They make plenty of promises but fail to deliver.

The key for you is to be prepared before you talk to them. In person,

Overview

You have a new product idea.

Are you thinking of using an invention company, or perhaps you already spent $10,000 with nothing done?

Unfortunately, there are companies that are lurking to take advantage of unsuspecting people. They make plenty of promises but fail to deliver.

The key for you is to be prepared before you talk to them. In person, they can tell you all kinds of lies, but the contract you sign has legal provisions to let them off the hook.

* Learn how to evaluate invention companies
* See what's in their contract small print, and how much they charge
* Know what questions to ask
* How they REALLY submit inventions to manufacturers
* Know how to file a claim if you are a victim
* The laws protecting your rights

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011258602
Publisher:
Matthew Yubas
Publication date:
03/27/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
120 KB

Meet the Author

Matthew Yubas is a Certified Professional Marketing Consultant for the Small Business Development and International Trade Center. He has developed products for 24 years as an Engineer, Product Manager, and Consultant for startups, small business, and Fortune 500 companies. He has helped clients in a diverse number of industries that include photography equipment, auto accessories, soy candles, children's clothing, sporting goods, digital art, software applications, wireless devices, and home décor. Matthew is the author of several articles, kits, and books including "Product Idea to Product Success" which has been used by inventors, entrepreneurs, colleges, government agencies, and sold into 14 countries. He has been featured on television and radio and has been tapped for his expertise in bringing products to market in many syndicated publications. Matthew earned a B.S. in Engineering from Pennsylvania Spring Garden College in Philadelphia, and an M.B.A. In Management and Marketing from San Diego State University.

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