One way in which some businesses and entrepreneurs get started is by seeing a particular need and developing a product or service to fulfill that need.
In many cases the need is something you as the business owner had and couldn’t find a solution for, so you built one.
For all intents and purposes, you became a bit of an inventor. Many who have a great idea and want to start businesses around it don’t know where to begin or how to protect and fully capitalize on their idea and invention.
This is where patenting your product is likely useful in protecting and allowing you to fully maximize earning potential from your invention.
What’s involved with patents?
Where does one start?
Once you have a patent, how can you license that protected product to earn revenue?
These are all questions you or your business would need to answer.
A place you might start is Vince Kehoe’s website, 2innovative.net. Vince is the President of Innovative Licensing & Promotion Inc., which has helped many inventors patent and promote their innovative products worldwide.
Posted by: Nick Venturella