How to be a successful inventor: turn your ideas into profit

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Wiley, 1991 - Business & Economics - 236 pages
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The inventor of the automatic seat belt and the composting machine offers advice on marketing and pricing an invention, discusses license agreements and patents, and tells what pitfalls to avoid

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User Review  - mull9292 - LibraryThing

Somewhat loose structured and basic book that could probably be significantly critiqued, yet sufficient and even quite desirable for a newbie such as myself. In fact, this book means much to me in that it was the first I read to shed light on the whole process. Read full review

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LeftRight Dominance and Inventors
33
Licensing Large Companies
42
Your Involvement in Marketing
53
Copyright

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