“Licensing” your patent rights to a manufacturer is usually the most feasible path in profiting from your invention. You should visit our Marketing Section to help you locate and contact potential licensees.
Most companies are extremely skilled negotiators and do not have your best interests in mind when negotiating your licensing agreement. Therefore, you need experienced professionals who have negotiated with companies and have drafted licensing agreements in order for you to receive the best possible licensing agreement.
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