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How to Finance Your Invention or Great Idea Paperback – June 1, 2004
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We all want the illusion of freedom, and the entrepreneurial road can lead us there. Lander's advice is solid, and can smooth the journey from idea to finance. Don't leave the cubicle without it. Dick Morley is a prominent inventor, entrepreneur, and angel financier. He has 20 patents, and is the father of the PLC (programmable logic controller), the industrial computer that is used worldwide to drive automation, and many other important industrial inventions. --Inventors' Digest magazine
Jack Lander has bravely taken on the very subject that most invention development experts studiously avoid. But Lander pulls it off, carrying readers along a pathway with clear boundaries and understandable signage to keep them on the trail. Inventors and investors are seldom in the same room at the same time. This book offers easy-to-follow guidlines for bringing them together for everyone's benefit. Donald Grant Kelly, CEO Intellectual Property Management Associates, LLC of Washington, DC. Mr. Kelly served more than 30 years in the U. S. Patent and Trademark Office where he was a director. --Inventors' Digest magazine.
There are many books on inventing, but the unique perspective of Jack Lander's book makes it a gold mine of extremely valuable information. This book paves the way for many more independent inventors to succeed. Mary Sarao, inventor and entrepreneur --Independent inventor's comment.
About the Author
Jack Lander has 13 patents on inventions ranging from laparoscopic surgical instruments to a bicycle transmission. He is past President of the prestigious not-for-profit United Inventors Association, and is presently the Vice President of the all-volunteer Yankee Invention Exposition. Jack has been a featured columnist of Inventors' Digest magazine for the past 14 years. He is the author of three other books, and about 40 papers for inventors. In addition to his own inventions, he has mentored several hundred independent inventors, and helped them bring their products to market.
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