The Mom Inventors Handbook: How to Turn Your Great Idea Into the Next Big Thing (英語) ペーパーバック – 2005/7/22
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The Mom Inventors Handbook. gives practical step-by- step advice for putting inspiration into action. The book takes inventors from idea development to marketing and sales covering everything from market research to prototype development, manufacturing and licensing and debunks some common myths. It simplifies the invention process; even providing stories from real mom inventors sharing their 'aha' moments and lessons learned.
Tamara Monosoff is an award-winning inventor and the founder and CEO of Mom Inventors, Inc. (www.mominventors.com), which helps people working at home to create and sell their products. She has appeared on Today, Good Morning America, and other national shows, and in The Wall Street Journal, Time, People, and the London Times.
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Chapter 1 Taking your 1st Steps, Chapter 2- Knowledge Is a Mom's Best Friend, Chapter 3 Creating your Prototype, Chapter 4 Market Research...Just to give ya'll an idea.
The other books I read-The Stand Alone Inventor-by Robert G. Merrick (- A lil dated, but If you have a proto-type invention, then I would advise to buy this book as well. He has an extensive 4 invention testimonies regarding his patent products so. for those who are looking to licensed out their invention and or keep, I would advise to get this one as well. I would say this book focuses on making $$$ with you new product ideas. Here are some chapters: Chapter 6 Financing your Product, Chapter 7- How to Get It Manufactured, Chapter 9 Merchandising your product Chapter 11- How to set up Distribution
She explains step by step what to do next and HOW to do it: how to do market research, patent research, etc. But most of all, she gets right to the meat of everything. Tamera does not fill up her pages with fluff to make a dreary fat book. She guides us through the steps and all the way, she recounts how one particular mom handled these steps. She also puts in so many other examples from other mom inventors along the way.
It seems so easy, and she is inspiring. When I was a stay home mom, I felt overwhelmed, and out of touch with the professional world. Husbands and family aren't always necessarily supportive. Tamera says don't let any of that hold you back: you are much smarter than you think, so get that idea to market!
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