Adams’ Last Stand

A Quest to Commercialize a Workbench By Mike Drummond Joe Adams invented a tool stand that he believes … no, that’s not the right word … that he knows would save auto shops and mechanics millions of dollars a year. The Adamstand...

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How to Lower Your Per-Unit Costs

(Hint: Use a More Expensive Tool) By Jack Lander One of the main problems small suppliers have when trying to sell to large retailers is the inability to produce product at a cost low enough to leave a profit. What to do? Take...

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Tonight on Got Invention Radio …

Sari Crevin is a Microsoft HR manager in the company’s X-box division (how cool is that!) by day. By night and weekends, she’s an inventor/entrepreneur. Hear her fast-rise to success tonight. Tune into the broadcast, presented...

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Inventors’ Bill of Rights

Who Should Own Patents – Professors or Universities? At the Association of University Technology Managers annual meeting earlier this year, two medical innovators unveiled a draft of the “Academic Inventors’ Bill of Rights.”...

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The 7-Step Sales Plan

How to Master the Art of Closing By Bill McHenry Editor’s note: Bill McHenry is president and CEO of Widgeteer Inc., which sells and markets household products. He’s also the owner of Entrepreneur Sales and Marketing, a business...

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$80K in Prize Money Up for Grabs

Just a reminder that the Invent Now Collegiate Inventors Competition is inviting inventive students to enter its 2010 competition. Deadline is June 25! The Collegiate Inventors Competition is designed to recognize and honor...

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