SC Inventor Succeeds Through Licensing
It's probably safe to say that a lot of people, from time to time, have great ideas about inventing a new product that they know will make doing something easier and/or cheaper. And if that idea is indeed acted upon, it usually involves hiring a patent attorney to do patent searches, then hiring a draftsman to put the idea on paper, etc...taking up lots of money and lots of time (usually thousands of dollars and several years). Our next guest, however, believes product licensing is a much more practical avenue toward invention success.
Mike Switzer interviews Roger Brown, serial inventor, product licensing agent, and author of Common Sense Inventing, who lives and invents in North Augusta, SC.