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Inventors FAQ

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Representation on Contingency

We are only paid as a percentage of royalty deal income.

Negotiations

We seek to get you favorable license deal terms.

Tradeshow Attendance

We have boots on the ground at major consumer product industry expos.

Contract Preparation

We prepare the term sheet and contracts with our attorneys.

Networking

Through shows and industry events, we seek to remain connected.

Deal Management

We oversee the license deal to insure royalties are paid timely and accurately.

Inventors FAQ

Licensing Representation Overview

One of the most common Inventors FAQ how does licensing benefit me and how does it work. Licensing offers three major advantages. First, it may mean you have something unique your competitors don't. Second, it may mean getting a little better margin because it's unique. And third, it may mean that 10 percent of the retailers you call on that you've never been able to sell to will finally take a look because you have something different. And when that happens, you can sell the rest of your line.

Strong licensing relationship brings benefits to all parties to the deal – property owners and their agents, licensees and their affiliates, retailers and, ultimately, consumers, Each of those parties has its own goals and aims that ultimately adds value to the final product or service.

Product Licensing Q & A


A business arrangement in which one company gives another company permission to manufacture its product for a specified payment. There are few faster or more profitable ways to grow your business than by licensing patents, trademarks, copyrights, designs, and other intellectual property to others. There are several ways a licensing deal can benefit entrepreneurs, where licensing is one of the easiest way to make profit from your new invention or product.
With the increasing pace of technology and consumer appetite for new products, product life cycles are shortening. In order to maintain or grow market share, more and more companies are opening their doors to products that have been developed outside their company.
Once you decide to enter into formal negotiations for a contract to license your technology, you'll need to be prepared to discuss the specific terms and conditions of a license agreement. These provisions vary, depending on whether the license is for merchandising an entertainment property, exploiting a given technology, or distributing a particular product to an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) or value-added reseller (VAR).
Royalty payments ranges vastly across various industries. In consumer markets (housewares, hardware, toy, etc.), commonly royalties range from 3-15% of the wholesale price.
Yes, however only products that are fully developed, with accompanying collateral presentation material are represented on contingency. We do recommend first hand to sign our NDA if you plan on licensing with contingency
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