Invent a product that fits the market’s Goldilocks zone. Not too hot; not too cold; just right—a market that has enough competition that you know buyers are searching it but not so much that you’ll be lost in the crowd.Read More
Author: Jack Lander
An issued patent with approved claims is often key to selling your invention.
A prototype is mainly valuable when you can demonstrate it. But a looks-like, nonfunctional prototype can also be used for sell-sheets.
This is a true story. And like many stories, it has a protagonist, (the main character, usually a hero) and an antagonist, (the purported villain who opposes the hero). It also has a third important character who slips in and out of the story as the super-villain.Read More