Inventor Help

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If you have an invention that you want to bring to the market you’ve come to the right place. Most inventions never make it beyond the design stage due to prohibitive instrumentation and prototyping costs in North America that require mass production. We believe that the most crucial inventor help is to make it possible for inventors to test market their products at a low cost, and supply them at the most competitive price possible. We have a competitive edge in instrumentation and moulding costs that you can benefit from for prototyping and test marketing. We are experienced in working with inventors of such consumer products as novelties, electronic gadgets, household items, automotive and industrial applications among others. Our services are strictly confidential.No information about your project will be disclosed to or shared with any party except the individuals that are directly involved in the manufacture of your product.

Stages of Bringing A New Invention To The Market

1. Design

2. Protecting Intellectual Property: Patenting and Trademark Registration

3. Test marketing: prototype and sample order-Inventor help available

4. Establishing channels of sales and distribution

5. Production and shipment-Inventor help available

6. Distribution

If you have a new design or invention you should first determine if it’s a patentable product and if it’s worth the time and expense of a patent registration. This depends on the estimated life cycle of a product. The U.S. Patent Office is full of millions of patents for products that have never seen the light of day. Some of them were never viable for the market, while others became redundant or out of date when the patents were finally issued. In some cases trade names are more important than the patent, since patents are issued to strict specifications and variations of a design can also be patented. Consumers respond to brands and trade names and how effectively you can market your product. Novelties are rarely worth patenting since their life cycles are short. In most cases success will depend on how you price your product, package and present it, and how fast and efficiently you can market it. Obtaining a patent doesn’t necessarily protect you by itself since policing your intellectual property may require professional legal services that are often beyond the means of small businesses. If you have a good idea but it’s overpriced your competitors may be tempted to imitate it if they can have it produced at a substantially lower cost. Your best guarantee of success is often as simple as a competitive price, good quality and getting into the market before your competitors. This information is not intended to be a substitute for legal advice. If you’re interested in patenting an invention or design, or registering any form of intellectual property, please get in touch with a qualified attorney.

If you have a new invention or design we will help you in any way we can to bring it to the market in the most efficient manner possible.