You need to know how to patent a product or invention. Patents provide valuable protection for new ideas. They can be very powerful when obtained correctly. However, some people try to go it alone to save money. It is crucial that you save money in the start-up phase of a new business but you need to save it at the right time and in the right place.
A poorly drafted patent, even if granted, can provide little actual protection and can often lead to enormous legal fees should you find yourself defending your patent in court.
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Inventor's Success Tip
"A poorly drafted patent, even if granted, provides little protection and can lead to devastating legal fees."
I don't tell you all of this to scare you. I say it because I want to protect you.
You will find as you read further that I am not always going to tell you what you want to hear. I promise, however, that I will always tell you what you need to hear.
My clients go through exactly what you are going through. However, once they understand the process, and the reasoning behind it, they often thank me in the end. Following the correct steps provided here ultimately saved them tens of thousands of dollars and quite possibly years of frustration.
My name is Andrew Colsky, Esq. I am a successful, award-winning inventor. I started out like you with a great idea and nowhere to turn for help. When I created my first idea, the internet did not exist so I couldn't even search for help.
I needed to know how to patent a product and I learned the hard way.
I made the mistakes. I lost a lot of money because I did things out of order. But I learned from my mistakes.
Eventually, after 30 years, I
figured it out and finally found success. As a result, new inventors
started asking me for advice. I am often able to save them a lot of time
and money and steer them onto the short path to success. Not only do I
teach them how to patent a product but I teach them all of the necessary
steps they need to take before they are ready to apply for their
patent. I also teach them to understand the right time to file for
their patent. Taking the right steps in the right order often makes the
difference between success and failure.
The information contained in this website about how to properly patent a product as part of the successful product development process is not available anywhere I can find. It comes from many years of experience through trial and error. I have searched high and low but I have never found any courses that teach how to be a successful inventor. As a result, I see new inventors making the same costly mistakes time and again.
Information about how to patent a product is in such high demand and low supply that I decided to do something about it. That’s why I created my Invent And Profit System(TM). I will walk you through each step of the invention process from idea to market. Yes, I will teach you how to patent a product or invention, but only in the right way and only at the right time in the invention process.
In addition to the step-by-step instructions I provide you in my Invent And Profit System (TM), I also provide interviews of inventors in various stages of the System so that you can learn from them and hear their advice. Inventing products is not an easy job but I am convinced that there is no other profession that can give you the excitement and personal satisfaction you get when you see your idea brought to life and on the shelf at a major retailer.
When you follow the Invent And Profit System(TM)), you will have the best chance of bringing a successful product to market.
My Invent and Profit System(TM), the very same proven system that I use when creating my successful products. I teach you how to avoid most of the time-wasting and money-wasting mistakes that most new inventors make.
The patent process is detailed and expensive. Let's start by reading about how the United States patent office defines a patent. You must know this information before proceeding.