The Three-Step Invention Protection Plan: How to Stop Others From Stealing Your Inventions


For many inventors, the first step in making their idea a reality is to find other people to partner with. These may be financiers, investors, technical experts, or businesses with established marketing and distribution channels in the relevant industry.

These people will want to know about your invention before partnering with you. How can you disclose information about your invention without exposing yourself to those who would take advantage of you and steal your idea? Follow the three-step plan laid out in this article and rest assured that your invention is well protected.

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