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Many inventors know that one of the first steps to deciding whether to move forward with their idea is a patent search. While it is true that anyone can conduct a patent search, it is also true that experience really counts. As the US Patent and Trademark Office has stated: If you are not experienced at performing patent searches, a registered attorney or agent is recommended….

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Bringing a new product to the market. If you have an invention idea, there is a lot of work – and risk – in front of you. Inventions need to be developed, protected, and presented to interested parties. That’s the approach The Inventor’s Platform takes. But, that is not the end of the story. In fact, it is just the long road in a nutshell. The biggest decision is the level of commitment – and...

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New Ideas Becoming Reality The US patent system offers two different kinds of patents, to protect different kinds of ideas: design patents and utility patents. In a design patent, functionality is not that important; what is protected is the “look and feel” of a product. Utility patents, on the other hand, protect inventions—either entirely new ideas or improvements to existing...

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What to look for in the 2nd half of 2017. More technology gurus keep on emerging everyday with the best tech devices and applications. The reason why people welcome technological inventions is because they simplify work, enhance safety and increase the efficiency of services in our everyday life. Although technological inventions have had their fair share of draw backs, it is evident that they are...

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Every product out on the market today started as an idea in someone’s head. From a mobile device to a software platform or a kitchen gadget, most items you can purchase came to life through the process of invention. The road from concept to finished product can be a long one, and those who travel it often face numerous obstacles and setbacks. But armed with the right information and...

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How to Invent a Product Steps 1 -3 Step 1: Brainstorm ideas. The first step in coming up with a truly unique and useful product is to brainstorm ideas. Consider your area of expertise – what are you most interested in and know the most about? In order to invent something from start to finish, you will need to stay within your realm of knowledge. Otherwise, you may have a great idea but no...

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I have an Invention!  What is my next step?

I have an Invention! What is my next step? Do you have the next greatest product idea? Is your product new or is it an improvement on an existing product? This could be a very exciting time for you, but you can’t just assume that your invention is going to work; you first need to do some extensive research and documenting before you find investors or continue with your inventing process.

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DEFINITION of ‘Utility Patent’

A patent that covers the creation of a new or improved – and useful – product, process or machine. A utility patent, also known as a “patent for invention,” prohibits other individuals or companies from making, using or selling the invention without authorization. Because the marketplace for technology is constantly changing...

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