Even during pandemics, I stand by my claim that 99% of the time its small, simple ideas that have the greatest capacity for growth and power to the change the world.
Art of the Kickstart Podcast Interview: Pitfalls and Mistakes Inventors Should Avoid and How to Protect Your Idea.
This podcast interview explores the initial path to patenting an idea, product or solution. It requires some restraint since certain logical steps, such as online research, could prematurely tip-off your ideas to potential competitors. Be careful when using Google, Amazon, eBay, GoDaddy and other popular portals and search platforms.
For the past 20 years, on April 26, World Intellectual Property Day has celebrated how IP rights encourage innovation and creativity amongst different sectors.
This year’s theme is “Innovate for a Green Future.” And it focuses on creating green innovative, and sustainable technology.
My Client Gerard D’Offay Invents a New Patented Marine Product Using LEGO® and Paddleboard Inflatables as Inspirational Fuel
In a moment of inspirational ingenuity my client Gerard D’Offay channeled the creative success of the iconic toy, LEGO®, to redefine the way modern day docking systems are built and arranged in the marine and yachting sectors. Read More:
For the past week, companies, both big and small, have been looking for ways to keep their businesses afloat, while keeping their employees and communities safe during the Coronavirus pandemic.
It’s been said that life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage. When I recently took the stage at our ribbon cutting event to celebrate the opening of our new headquarters, few in the audience that day realized how much that word meant to me personally as I scanned the crowd to lock eyes with my 79-year-old dad.
Who would’ve thought that a giant, plastic circle could become an insanely popular toy lasting for over five decades? With $45 million in sales to date, I can bet you either owned this toy, played with it before, or was like me – and never really knew how to “work” the large ring.
It’s almost impossible to watch anything on TV or browse any site online without seeing constant reporting on COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus. The news of this pandemic has left grocery store’s shelves depleted, virtually all major events postponed, and crippling fear amongst every nation.
The first patent for a seaplane was filed in the late 1880s, but it wasn’t until March 28, 1910, that the first seaplane took to the skies and successfully landed.