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The latest news and product releases from Mars Rising Network Inventors
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. While the U.S. Patent Office strives to be user friendly and transparent, the process of getting a patent or registered trademark can be complicated, lengthy and difficult.
The road from asking how to patent an idea to actually getting
From the wheel to the telephone to the automobile, inventions have been changing the world since the dawn of humankind. In the modern world of the 21st century, inventors are still making waves and changing society – and getting rich in the process.
If you have an excellent idea for a new product or an improvement on an existing product, you need to proceed carefully. Before you can hire a manufacturer to bring your design to life or work with
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People have been inventing things for thousands of years and people have been investing in things for about as long. Inventors have been creating new inventions for the consumer market for about the last 100 years or more because of the growing consumer market. In the last 50 years there has been an explosion with the population and its needs and wants for making and buying things that are less expensive, easier,
Whether you have just finished the great American novel or finally completed a training manual on your company’s proprietary software, it is important to protect your work the right way. If you are an inventor, you know how important it is to protect your great idea with a patent, but did you realize that copyright protection can be just as important?
It is easy to see why copyright protection is such an important concept for an author, and
As the 21st century gets into full swing, the value of intellectual property has never been greater, and the line between traditional products and digital ones has never been thinner. Whether you are an inventor, an entrepreneur or a business owner, you need to take patents and patent infringement very seriously.
Whether it is protecting your intellectual property and safeguarding your registered trademark in foreign markets or conducting a patent search closer to home, there are things you
Bellwood, Illinois – Tired of wasting money by always throwing away your bar soap because it’s too small to hold on to? A new product coming to market, the Soap Savior, is the solution to reducing waste and putting money back in your pocket.
The Soap Savior allows consumers to melt together small pieces of bar soap to make a brand new bar. Each piece of soap goes through a quick filtering process to remove any debree. Customers even have
Fairfield, California – The EZ Travel Tray is a lightweight, compact tray that attaches to your carry on luggage. Gone are the days of searching for a table in the airport to work or eat on between flights. The EZ Travel Tray offers a simple way to turn your carry on into your own personal table.
“You’re sitting in the gate waiting to board, and there are not many options available,” Freddie Sumilhig, inventor of the EZ Travel Tray, said.
Westmont, Illinois – The Road Trip Potty is a portable urinal for females of all ages with restroom emergencies. The product is currently being manufactured and will be available through an online store later this year. The portable potty fits discreetly under the passenger seat and can be taken out when women are stuck in traffic and unable to find a convenient restroom. It is splash resistant and leak resistant to keep the process clean and hygienic. The product is
Springfield, Massachussetts – The Gazuntite Cake Shield protects birthday cakes from germs and bacteria that come from the age-old tradition of blowing out candles. The invention was entered in to the Pitch Contest hosted by HarborOne Bank in Boston, where it placed 2nd out of 300 entries.
The Gazuntite Cake Shield is currently being reviewed by Home Shopping Network and Walmart. Sharon Goodman, inventor of the Gazuntite Cake Shield, hopes to have it in stores this summer.
When Goodman decided
Mars Rising Network Presents – Sink Topper Workstation: The Affordable Way To Transform Your Kitchen
LANSING, ILLINOIS – The Sink Topper Workstation provides more counterspace by filling the empty space over your sink with a flat surface. Perfect for tiny houses, apartments and RVs, the Sink Topper Workstation can be pulled out when needed and easily stored under the sink when not in use.
After coming up with the idea, Stephen Dudzik and his wife, Cathy, began seeking an invention services company to help design it. They stumbled upon Mars Rising Network on the internet