The Process of Selling Your Invention

Once you’ve come up with an idea for an invention, you need to start thinking about the bigger picture and your final aims. What it ultimately comes down to is this one question: are you going to be able to sell it? You need to be manufacturing products which will…

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Help for Inventors: Graphic Design Engineering Services

Dreaming of new products is fun, but the work needed to bring them to market is less enjoyable. Marketing an invention means convincing hard-headed business people that they can make a profit from selling it to wholesalers, retailers and ultimately the consumer. This takes a formidable array of facts, from…

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Midwife Creates Invention Which Revolutionises Childbirth

Scottish midwife Cass McNamara has invented a birthing aid known as ‘CUB’ – Comfortable Upright Birth, an inflatable birthing seat allowing women to give birth more naturally and comfortably compare to before. The invention has already proved popular by hospitals an individuals in countries such as the UK, US, China,…

Don’t Fail as an Inventor

It’s easy enough to have a ‘great idea’ and call yourself an inventor, but if you don’t actually get round to making this brilliant idea, you’ve failed. There’s no doubt about it, most inventors run into problems which can halt progress, but there are often various ways to work around…

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Microsoft’s Hololens

The hololens is a new introduced product being released by Microsoft. In many ways it has some similarities to the google glass product, with the difference being the quality it offers its users. While it has yet to be released, those who’ve had the opportunity to try it out say…