You have a great idea for a brand-new product, one you are sure will change the world -- and make you rich in the process. But before you can move forward, you need to protect your intellectual property, and that means getting a patent.
You have spent an enormous amount of time, money and energy to create an invention you think will change the world. You have scoured the internet and local stores looking for examples of your proposed product and come up empty. You are 100% certain your idea is novel and new, and that the concept is entirely your own.
As a creative professional, you have a responsibility to protect your intellectual property and your financial rights. Whether you are an author, a designer or some other form of creator, it is important to know how patent and copyright law work.
Whether you are an inventor wondering how to patent an idea, an entrepreneur ready to patent an idea or a business owner looking for the intellectual property protection a patent can provide, you probably have a lot of questions.
The information you provide will be kept 100% confidential according to the agreement below:
To the best of my knowledge, I do hereby declare and assert that I am the original inventor of the idea described herein. I hereby authorize Mars Rising Network to provide me with their free initial product review with no purchase required. I understand submitting my concept is not a release and that this information cannot be used, disclosed, or sold without my expressed written permission. Further, I understand Mars Rising Network cannot be held responsible for the return of voluntarily submitted materials (i.e.: photos, drawings, prototypes) including this Confidential Product Outline. All Mars Rising Network employees are required to sign a confidentiality agreement for your protection.