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WARNING: THIS POST GIVES A HEAVY DOSE OF REALITY! PROCEED WITH CAUTION.
Being a business owner in the invention industry, and an inventor myself, I felt I needed to voice – eh hem – vent, some fallacies that are prevalent in the industry. Here is a short list of common misconceptions of people, businesses, and [...]
Because we now have blogging capability on the NEW IdeaTango.com, we’re moving the IdeaTango.com blog here. Not only will I continue writing the blog, but now famous inventor of the French Twister, and partner of IdeaTango.com, Lisa Lloyd will be sharing her wisdom on the new blog.
This blog at bryandaigle.com will become my personal [...]
A few weeks ago I spoke with Yve Golan, of the Concept to Profit radio show. Concept to Profit is a show she hosts that talks about anything and everything related to product development, inventing, innovation, etc.
Yve, also the president of the invention licensing firm, World Innova, quizzed me with all sorts of questions: how [...]
Invention Trade Shows – they can be a wonderful way for both inventors and companies to find one another and initiate a dialogue. Hundreds of people with the same common interests in a single room, it’s like 2000 people coming to your own personal pool party. But at what cost does [...]