IDC Inventors Guide
IDC regularly has calls from inventors bristling with new inventions and ideas. The process they must go through and the challenges they have are often very similar. How do you know when the time is right to take the plunge and invest in developing a concept into a commercial product? What are the first safe steps to protecting your idea and how do you go about it? To make the product development journey smoother, our team has put together the IDC Inventors Guide. With an introduction to research and development, the patenting process, confidentiality agreements and costs, as well as advice about seeking outside investment, licensing and marketing, the Inventor’s Guide will help you plan and assess how to profit from your idea.
If you feel ready to set the product development wheels in motion, read our checklist, fill in our questionnaire and get in touch with us. IDC is happy to sign a confidentiality agreement; our standard agreement is available for you to download.
The content of this Inventors Guide Pack is for general information only and does not constitute any form of advice or recommendation upon which a specific decision should be made. Industrial Design Consultancy (IDC) has done its best to ensure the accuracy and the currency of materials contained in the Inventors Guide Pack but excludes any warranty expressed or implied as to quality, accuracy, timeliness, completeness or fitness for a particular purpose of the material contained in the Inventors Guide Pack. IDC will not be liable for any claims, penalties, loss, damages or expenses arising from the use or the inability of use from the Inventors Guide Pack. IDC accepts no responsibility for loss or damage that may arise from reliance on information or advice contained in the Inventors Guide Pack which includes the checklist, the questionnaire, the confidentiality agreement as well and the inventors guide itself.
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