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The 32 Most Common Problems Inventors Face

Are you experiencing any of the problems listed below?

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  • Is my idea different enough?
  • Do I need a patent on my idea?
  • Is my PPA good enough?
  • Will a company steal my idea?
  • Do I need a prototype?
  • I don’t have the technical background, what should I do?
  • Do I need a website?
  • Do I need to start a business such as an LLC?
  • Should companies sign my NDA?
  • Is it safe to submit to companies with only an online submission form?
  • Do I need a video with my sell sheet?
  • When do I follow-up after submitting my idea? And what do I say?
  • Do I send my prototype?
  • Do I send my PPA?
  • I don’t understand manufacturing?
  • How do I determine the one sentence benefit statement?
  • How much will this cost me?
  • Can someone just design around my PPA?
  • I’m not a sales person, what do I do?
  • I found patents that are similar to my product will my idea still work?
  • I’m no longer motivated to pursue my idea, what now?
  • What do I do if my PPA runs out?
  • What if no on is interested in my idea?
  • What do I do if I found an idea similar to mine?
  • How different does my idea need to be to get a patent?
  • How do I make sure I get paid the royalties I’m owed?
  • I’m not an attorney, how can I negotiate with a company?
  • How do I know my idea is worth pursuing?
  • I don’t have a lot of time, how can I work on my ideas?
  • I’m not a graphic designer. I don’t feel like my presentation will look good.
  • What do I do?
  • Will a graphic designer or freelancer steal my ideas?
  • How do I submit to companies in Canada and UK that have offices in the US?
  • How much detail of my idea should I share with interested companies?

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