Inventor Start® Kit – It’s where Inventors Start™
Why You Need the Inventor Start Kit Downloads
If you’re an aspiring inventor, having an invention kit can help provide a fast track to taking your inventions from the invention idea phase forward, from one phase of your invention to the next, likely saving you time and countless dollars in professional services fees.
This is especially true if you’re a “do it yourself” inventor, as these downloads of invention information provide detailed “how to” instructions for those wishing to handle initial invention ideas due diligence on their own.
Inventor Start Kit. Free Self Help for Inventors – a FREE digital download via email with a form to document your invention or idea.
- Free Invention Kit Download – a form to document your invention.
ISK – $9.99 each
- Document your Invention – How do you document what is new about your inventions?
- Perform existing Product/Service Research– Did you find all the existing products and services related to your Invention?
- Perform a Patent Search – Do you know how to perform a patent search?
- Perform a Trademark Search – Do you know how to perform a trademark search? – coming soon
NDA Non Disclosure Agreement – protect your information – $19.99 each
- First Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) – Do you know when and how to use a non disclosure agreement NDA between and Inventor & a Third Party (Two way) NDA?
- Second Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) – Do you know when and how to use an non disclosure agreement NDA between an Inventor & a Developer (one way) NDA to ensure you own the improvements to your Invention? (For use with engineers, designers, developers, prototypers, testers or manufactures.)
Inventor Agreements & Contracts -$24.99 each
- Inventor Adviser Agreement – Do you need a contract to bring on the advice of a seasoned mentor, advisor, adviser, or business associate?
- Joint Inventor Agreement – coming soon
- Licensing Term sheet – coming soon
- Simple Licensing Agreement – coming soon
Good luck on your invention idea journey.
Mat Grell, US Patent Attorney