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Vincent Gabrielle Knoxville News Sentinel I started getting calls for help late in March. Messages came in through email and Twitter from health care workers who were feeling desperate because their supply of personal protective equipment was dwindling. “I’ll keep this short and sweet. I’m a nurse and we are scrambling for PPE,” wrote one nurse. […]

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STARTING A BUSINESS>PROJECT GROW How to Write a Business Plan As published in Entrepreneur Magazine – see link above. Now that you understand why you need a business plan and you’ve spent some time doing your homework gathering the information you need to create one, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and get everything […]

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How to Manufacture a New Product during a Trade War  

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Nadjya Ghausi GUEST WRITER CMO, Prezi    October 23, 2019 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Pitching a product or business idea to venture-capital investors requires a lot of courage and conviction. It also takes a significant amount of work, time and networking to get a meeting in the first place. Once you have […]

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In a growing company, juggling side projects and a full-time job is often frowned upon. by Sam Radocchia, Co-Founder at Chronicled // Blockchain // Forbes 30 Under 30 In a growing company, juggling side projects and a full-time job is often frowned upon. Everyone is supposed to be focused on one goal and one goal only […]

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Image credit: Mila Supinskaya Glashchenko/Shutterstock Determining whether your invention will be successful or not is an integral part of being an entrepreneur. Here are three reasons inventors are outsourcing the review process to increase efficiency. When entrepreneurs and companies invent new products or technologies, they are understandably reticent to share their ideas with outsiders. After […]

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The patent troll narrative has dominated our cultural consciousness ever since a clever Intel lawyer coined the term in the early 2000s. Even if you know nothing about patents, you’re probably familiar with the concept. Companies with no intention of producing anything buy up overly broad patents to extort other businesses with. Do you remember […]

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Earlier today, iPEL, Inc., launched its new website and a brand-new model of patent monetization, which offers free and paid licensing options to operating companies.  iPEL has also defined a set of business practices that a Non-Practicing Entity can follow in order to call itself an Ethical NPETM. iPEL was formed with $100 Million in initial capital, in May of […]

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Read the Fine Print before you sign.   It all sounds so good, and easy. You have spent hours and perhaps years creating your product. You have spent money making prototypes and patents. We know those are not cheap and can take years to get. You see an ad on TV and it sounds great! […]

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