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"Richard Levy is a generous guy...shares his secrets here for developing and exploiting (in the best sense of the word) one's creative endeavors. The author's generosity and delight is infectious as he guides the reader through the steps required to protect one's rights while simultaneously seeking financing, recognition, and other support. Beyond his words of wisdom, the sagacious inventor provides an array of forms and other tools so that neophytes needn't reinvent the wheel when they aspire to monetize their inspirations."
-Richard Pachter, The Miami Herald
"Inventing is easy if your brain is wired that way. Developing inventions into real products also isn't rocket science if you know how. Converting inventions into licenses that'll turn into real products, protecting your work, making the cash register ring... now that's the hard part. No one is better at doing all of these things than Richard Levy whose track record for inventing and licensing successful toys and games is a mile long. What's more, he has an uncanny knack for describing all facets of the whole process in books that really teach. This current one is no exception. Go get it."
-Ralph H. Baer, father of the console video game industry, inventor of SIMON and many other toys and games, the 2010 Inductee in the Inventor's Hall of Fame, and the 2004 Winner of the National Medal of Technology. He is president of R.H. Baer Consultants.
Richard C. Levy, simply put, is a marketing genius with a flair for invention. In the past twenty years, he has licensed over 125 products including Furby®, and the best-selling game “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus.” Richard holds more than 30 patents. This is his twelfth book. He was profiled on Discovery Channel’s Invention series, and in interviews with The New York Times, and The Washington Post. An MIT Inventor-of-the-Week, Richard has spoken at Wharton’s Entrepreneurship Conference, IBM, and the USPTO’s Independent Inventors Conference, among other engagements. His products have generated over $1 billion in combined retail sales.
This was a waste of time and money. its filled with nothing but fluff and useless facts. What is useful is buried so deep under all the stupid stuff you fall asleep trying to find... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Brittney Robinson
Good book for new inventors. Helps you understand how the inventing world works. Easy to ready and makes a good reference book.Published 22 months ago by Jilianne Buchanan
this is one of the best books I have read on the subject and it had a lot of good infoPublished on June 5, 2013 by Lloyd H. Goode