Secrets from an Inventor's Notebook
How to Turn Your Great Idea into a Million Dollars
|Format: ||Hardback, 208 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 February 2001|
In this text, Marice Kanbar, inventor of SKYY, the no-hang over vodka, as well as the D-Fuzz-It Sweater Comb and dozen of other innovative products, shows readers how to turn good ideas into money-making products. Using his personal experiences as examples, Kanbar walks readers through the entire inventing process, from solving a problem and building a prototype, to financing, marketing, and selling the freshly-minted goods.
About the Author
Murice Kanbar holds more than 36 patents from the D-Fuzz-It Sweater Comb to Vermeer Dutch Chocolater Cream liqueur. He is the Master of Invention.
"* "I wish I'd had this book when I first invented the Baby Jogger! Chock-full of real world experiences and examples, and told in a tone that's closer to an action-adventure movie than a dry how-to manual." - Phil Basechler from the Foreword * "The basic how-to steps of inventing aren't mysterious...I've written this book both to illustrate the concrete steps inventors take and to demystify the process, so that you'll feel more confident about taking your first or next step. I look forward to revelling in your success." - author Maurice Kanbar"
Council Oak Books,U.S.|
21.77 x 14.45 x 2.06 centimeters (0.36 kg)|
15+ years |