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People come up with great ideas on a regular basis but very few ever do something about it. This maybe in part due to the mystery around developing and promoting new ideas which article was created to result in the process clearer. It isn't difficult three step process using a choice of two routes at the end.

Step 1: Step one is defined whether or not the idea is original. The individual are capable of doing a lot of research on the internet themselves to ascertain if they can find the idea online. However the best way to make certain that idea is original is to commission an internationally patent search. This will cost around ?600 and ensure that a consultation with an expert in the field of inventions is included inside the price.

2: Consider choices for protecting the concept. Take advice from someone with experience of search engine optimization for the best way to protect the particular idea. This can probably involve a patent or registered design or both. (There's no point trying to try this step before the worldwide patent search may be done. Otherwise a lot of time is going to be wasted applying for patents only to discover someone got there first.)

Step 3: Design and get the idea and produce presentation boards and so the idea can be made available to your customers. A great idea is a prototype produced to best explain the concept but this might not be necessary and can be expensive.

There are now two routes to choose form.

Route 1: Sell the idea to anyone else to allow them to decide to try market.

Route 2: The inventor does the work to market the thought themselves.

Route 1 is cheaper nevertheless the inventor only gets a tiny proportion payment for each among the product the company sells. This can be typically between 5% and 10% with the factory gate price for a way much that they like the thought and the way close to production the thought has.

Route 2 is much more expensive but with the professional presentation (step three) an angel investor could be persuaded ahead aboard at this time to help buy the rest of the work. These investors are often called "Venture Capitalists."

It is a simple self-help guide to outline the steps. There is a lot more information to take in about each step and ideally you need a professional invention company to consider you thru the method. Check online to make sure there's no bad press in regards to the chosen InventHelp New Products before handing over any money as unfortunately there are several sharks available!