We have written all these topics to help you further understand the Invention Process and what you can do to reduce mistake and keep costs low.

December 29, 2015

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August 26, 2015

EASY SHOT – Portable "Party To Go" Shot Cocktail Machine!

EAZYSHOT Machine is a new device that promises to create a totally new approach for private parties celebration. Alex Mylnykov, a co-founder of EAZYSHOT Machine, states that this 42×24 cm (16,54×9,45 inches) egg-looking gear has the same potential of popularity as a hookah. If not even bigger. EAZYSHOT aims to satisfy demands of people who like to party but want to shift it to a more private level. In a nutshell, it is a portable shot drinks machine which works wirelessly from a user’s smartphone and even plays music. Founders say that economically the Machine will save customers’ money considerably. The […]
July 13, 2015

Disadvantages of Product Branding

To ensure your product brand stays in the public eye it needs constant media, graphics design and marketing costs thrown at it. Marketing and advertising can prove to be costly let alone developing your brand, business cards, letter heads etc. An important thing to note is that the cost to change your brand, or introduce it once your product is already selling, can prove to be a costly exercise. If your brand is to be applied to your product in the form of a sticker or emboss, then you need to pay to change dies or get new graphics designed. People need to see your […]
July 10, 2015

Charge your phone with your bike

Spinetics, Inc. a tech startup is gearing to launch their ecofriendly, frictionless, bicycle generator system on Kickstarter this July. The bike accessory dubbed the “CydeKick” converts a cyclists’ motion into electricity for charging smartphones, headlights, and other electronic devices. Spinetics has begun rallying support from the community in preparation for its Kickstarter campaign launch. The startup is looking to raise capital to fund low-volume production of their CydeKick generator and make it available to the cycling community. Spinetics will offer two versions of its self-powered CydeKick accessory; the CydeKick Pro and CydeKick Mini. Both models employ frictionless generator technology capable […]
May 24, 2015

What can you Patent

What Can You Patent? What Can’t Be Patented? One of the most important parts of the invention process is ensuring that your idea or invention is unique and cannot be copied. Protecting your idea or invention is often done through a patent. To be able to patent something, an idea must be new or novel, involve an inventive step and be non-obvious. What exactly does non-obvious mean? Non-obvious means that your idea must not be blatant or a “given” to someone within the same industry based on their experience or knowledge. In other words, it has to be a truly […]
May 24, 2015

Manufacturing Agents

Regardless of where you live or what industry in which you work, you are sure to find agents who are both reputable and less reputable as is the case with a variety of professionals. These individuals often serve to assist inventors as they move through the manufacturing stages of the invention process. However, before you decide to hire an agent for your invention process, let’s take a moment to define what an agent does and the potential costs as well as things to consider prior to hiring an agent. What exactly is an agent? An agent is an individual who […]
May 24, 2015

What is a domain name?

By now, you have probably heard of or been asked about your domain name, which is the term used to describe the name that you want to give your website. As if coming up with an invention was not complex enough, trying to think of a name for your company and/or website is not any easier. As a rule of thumb, it is always recommended to name the website the same name as our business or product. Why? When people search for your product or business in search engines, your website (if under the same name) will come up in […]
May 24, 2015

Why patent an idea?

The most obvious answer to this question is, of course, to protect your idea. Based on the nature of your idea, there may be people ready and willing to patent your idea if you have not already done so. The application for a patent gives the owner of the idea the best opportunity to profit from the idea while, simultaneously, preventing others from copying it for their own benefit. However, although a patent prevents others from copying your idea, you do not have to have patent an idea to be able to exploit it. It has often been said that […]
May 17, 2015
To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk – Thomas A. Edison
May 16, 2015

Protect Your Invention Ideas without a Patent

You might be thinking, “How do I make my idea a reality without sharing it with others?” At some point, you will need to share your ideas with designers, manufacturers, distributors and marketing experts. The most common way of protecting your idea is, of course, to get a patent. Unfortunately, this process can be costly and patents can sometimes take years to be approved. There are, however, other cost effective strategies you can use to protect your idea from being stolen. Agreements There are a few legal tools to help protect your idea that include a Non-Disclosure Agreement, a Non-Compete […]