Sunday, 25 February 2018

Turning Your Invention Idea into Reality

Over the years, we have seen many great inventions that have helped to improve our lives dramatically. However, not everyone that comes up with an idea for a new invention manages to get things off the ground. Often, this is due to problems such as lack of funding or just having no idea where to start. As a result, there may be some great inventions and innovations that we are missing out on.

The Best and Worst Inventions of 2017

There’s no doubt that 2017 was a huge year for innovation across the board. As artificial intelligence, augmented reality and machine learning disrupted industries as diverse as fashion and finance. But of course not all of last year’s creations were winners. Below we look at some of the best and worst invention ideas that 2017 had to offer.

Asia and the Innovation Explosion

When we think of great inventors and inventions that changed the world, we could be forgiven for focusing on the United States. From Thomas Edison to Steve Jobs, America has been the dominant global force in innovation for over a century.

Tips on Marketing Your Invention

If you wake up one day and have a ‘eureka’ moment with regards to an invention idea, one of the things you will need to look into is how best to market your product. Coming up with your idea is just part of the process – the challenge lies in getting it to marketing, which is something that many people struggle with. As a result, there are probably many invention ideas that have never made it to market.

How to Protect Your Product or Idea When Pitching It to a Company

Far too many creative people are far too concerned about the integrity of their idea when they imagine presenting that idea to a manufacturer, an intellectual property attorney or even a business partner. Ideas so well protected are unlikely to prosper in the marketplace, because unless your idea is turned into a product or a service and gets distributed far and wide, it’s never going to advance beyond what it is: Just an idea.

Converting a Great Idea into a Reality

How many ideas do you think people try to make into reality every year? In 2017, the US Patent and Trademark Office issued more than 318,000 utility patents and almost 31,000 design patents. USPTO received even more applications for patents in the same timeframe. However, those are only the ideas that were subject to patent requests. Who knows how many more product and service ideas were born in 2017.

InventHelp: A Solid History Of Turning Ideas Into Inventions

Pittsburgh, PA – Having an idea or a solution to a problem is one thing, turning it into reality and making a success of it is a completely different thing. Inventors and aspiring entrepreneurs alike face a lot of challenges when it comes to turning their ideas into a real business. Some of these challenges include perfecting their product, funding, documentation, reaching the right consumer audience and many more. Without the necessary support to help surmount these challenges, many of these solutions no matter how brilliant they might be will remain ideas. But there is good news. InventHelp, a leading company engaged in inventor services is determined to help as many inventors and budding entrepreneurs as possible turn their ideas into real businesses.

InventHelp Commercial Featuring Inventor Stories And 30+ Years Invention Industry Experience

Do you have an idea for an invention or new product? Call InventHelp's phone number at 1-800-INVENTION.

You Have a Great Idea For a Product, So Now What?

Coming up with great product ideas is just the first step to building a successful company and brand. If every great idea actually materialized into a business, then the world would be significantly better today. Taking an idea and transforming it into a tangible product/service requires a great deal of time and effort, not to mention cash to float the initial inventory, business permits and licenses, marketing campaign, and other related expenses. Fortunately, anyone can start a viable business. It's not merely reserved for the wealthy or middle class. Here are five tips for taking your product/service idea to market.