posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 01:20 AM
reply to post by MBF
Wow, that sounds amazing!
Yea, that's the problem with many inventors. You know, inventors and businessmen, don't think alike. Inventors are risk-takers, businessmen
aren't, especially if it's someone else's idea.
I assume you know a thing or two about manufacturing. To manufacture an entirely new product, engineers have to think of a way to fabricate it in the
most cost-effective manner, there's an initial cost involved in that, it can be huge depending on the sophistication of the product. Then once
production starts, you need to meet a minimum quota to be profitable or cover the initial costs. If your product, didn't sell as expected, it could
mean a loss to the manufacturer - thus, they don't bite into ideas easily, even if it's working. Unless it's a kind of a pivotal invention, then
these greedy businessmen's way of dealing with such is buying it from you at a 'large sum' . They really don't want partnerships, they want the
That's why we go back again to my earlier post - why don't you mass produce, market, and sell your own product yourself?
Great ideas should sell itself! You've done it, now, figure out how to mass produce it. Since, it cost you that little, I would assume
manufacturing with be easy as well.
P.S. make sure you patent it first!