Creating a new invention that can benefit the world in some way is an incredible accomplishment. However, after the initial excitement wears off, inventors often face an uphill battle when it comes to keeping their original ideas safe. If you’re an inventor, it’s vitally important to patent your creations as soon as you can. While getting a patent may not prevent someone from stealing a new invention, it can help inventors seek legal recourse if this happens.
Why We Help Inventors
Unfortunately, navigating the legal process of getting a patent isn’t exactly cut and dry. Many patents are rejected the first time around, so you have to be a naturally persistent person. If you’re serious about protecting your ideas and inventions, it helps to rely on a trusted professional familiar with the ins and outs of the patent approval process.
How We Can Help You
We take a turn-key approach to help you not only patent your ideas but also analyze them and successfully finalize your invention designs. Here’s how our comprehensive 12-step process works.
Steps 1-2: Get to Know You
During the initial steps of our process, we help inventors by getting to know more about their ideas. Don’t worry; you’ll receive a non-disclosure agreement that will protect your invention idea. Once we determine that you have a potentially successful invention, we’ll lead you through the next steps in the invention development process.
Steps 3-7: Develop the Invention
Once we determine a product idea is viable, we work with inventors to create a plan of action. In this part of the process, you’ll receive a research and development plan that’s specific to your product. You’ll also receive 3D and 2D illustrator solutions to see what your product will look like once produced.
Step 8: Protect the Invention
One of the most important ways we help inventors is by guiding them through the patent application process. We rely on some of the best U.S.-registered patent attorneys to serve our clients. We’ll help you understand the process and put you in touch with a professional whose primary goal is to help you apply for a patent and get approved.
Steps 9-11: Conduct Research
We don’t leave you high and dry once you have a patent. We also perform market research to reveal important information about market size, competition, and resources you need to succeed in a given market. We’ll also help you locate manufacturers that are most likely to be interested in manufacturing your invention.
Step 12: Licensing and Royalties
One of the most difficult aspects of inventing a product is getting it on the market. When you license or sell your royalties to another company, you remove the responsibility of and expense of manufacturing and distributing the product. We can help you navigate this process to ensure you still receive fair royalties and license fees for your invention.
Learn Firsthand How We Help Inventors
If you have a great invention idea and are wondering what to do next, we’d love to get you on the right path. Contact us today to learn more about how we help inventors succeed.