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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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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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Would-be inventors accuse InventHelp of fraud, seek $36M

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By Gene Quinn  January 13, 2018 Inventors will frequently ask why they need to spend the money on a US patent search, and all too frequently believe patent searches are unnecessary. There are various iterations of this question, starting out with “why do I need a patent search, I’ve already searched myself and cannot find anything,” to […]

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  TOP DOG DIRECT SPEED PITCH APPLICATION San Diego Inventors Forum DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:  January 18, 2018 EVENT:  Thursday, February 8, 2018, 10:30am Name: City/State: Cell Phone: Email: Name of Product: Short (3 line) Description of Product: Website (if applicable): Image (include in body of the email only) REQUIREMENTS: Prototype or final product available to […]

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP IS A CRAFT. HONE IT. Entrepreneurship and innovation are synonymous with MIT. Big thinkers from around the world come to MIT Sloan Executive Education to take advantage of our renowned faculty, research, and resources that can help turn their ideas into successful ventures or social impact. We teamed up with Professor Bill Aulet of […]

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Sometimes the best inventions are discovered by accident. One day in 1928, Sir Alexander Fleming returned to his lab in London after a two-week vacation to find that mold had developed on a contaminated staphylococcus culture plate. The scientist was searching for a “wonder drug” to cure a wide variety of diseases. A moldy Petri […]

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Collegiate Diversity Generates Change at Invention Corps

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