"How to Sell Your Idea" presents a complete step by step guide to developing and selling your idea. It will help you move from the initial concept all the way to a completed sale. Wouldn't you like to avoid the painful and frustrating 'trial and error' missteps and mistakes that defeat most hopeful entrepreneurs and inventors?
Why not learn from someone who has successfully done it time and time again? This version is newly updated in 2017 and reflects the latest changes to US Patent Law and including an overview of how to use a provisional patent application which can save you thousands of dollars of expense.
Learn the ropes from a successful inventor/ new product development specialist, who spent 30 years developing and selling new products for such well known multinational companies as McDonalds, RJR, Ralphs Food Stores, Nabisco, Taco Bell, the Clorox Company and others, Here he shares the secrets to developing, protecting and selling products. He knows what he's talking about since he has done it many times for such well known products as Clorox 2, Formula 409, Kingsford Charcoal, Hidden Valley Ranch, and many others, He holds 8 US and foreign patents dealing with data analysis, scoring, probability, product scanning and identification of important data. He has licensed products to major companies and much of his products are in constant use.
"How to Sell Your Idea" deals with developing your idea, evaluating its potential, protecting the idea as you try to sell it, presenting it for sale, and getting a fair deal for yourself and your customer. It's like a course in inventing for first time inventors. In short it prepares you to sell your idea and benefit from it. Isn't that exactly what you would like to do with your idea?
Here's what people in the field have to say:
"A complete course in inventing between the covers of a book."-M Mallie-patent attorney
"A fun read and valuable insight into the invention business" -E. Goggio successful inventor /venture capitalist
"Finally a practical perspective on inventing timing them wit the market and leveraging on each and everyone." -G. Markham
Ph. D Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
"Clearly, the author of this book has 'been there'. He's lived the life of the entrepreneur/inventor and survived intact to tell all."
-M. Phelps, venture capitalist and industry analyst.
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About the Author
Stuart J Kamille is an author and businessman. He started in the advertising business introducing products for a number of highly successful companies. As part of his experience building businesses, he developed a variety of new ways to distribute coupons and attract customers. One of those ways was to offer commercial games to customers, which required no purchase. You"ve probably played McDonald's Scrabble or Monopoly. Lots of people did. They are still in use today Along the way Kamille acquired a number of different patents dealing with scoring, handling and printing of large numbers of game pieces and coupons. This valuable experience formed the basis for several books and lectures based on building businesses and creative innovation.How To Sell Your Idea; (see below) was one of those books. Life's too short not to have fun. So some of his later work has a different focus . The Short Thoughts Series is much different and not as serious. They contain some interesting ideas that you might find amusing. Kamille is a frequent guest lecturer at the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business in Athens Georgia and the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno. Some of his lectures are available on You Tube. Kamille holds a number of US Patents in such diverse fields as mathematics, statistics, and scoring and analysis of data. His books are available through most major bookstores, on line at Amazon. Com, Scribd. Com and Smashwords. Com. He is currently working on a study of the development of consciousness, a book on creating new products and a variety of humorous works.