Inventors Are a Hearty Lot – Failure is Not a Disincentive
InventHelp is on the Case
The odds that would-be inventors will cash in their innovations for a giant payday are astronomically small.
Each year tens of thousands of Americans – driven by a hunger to make life a little simpler or more rewarding – aim to bring their innovations to market. The vast majority of them fail. For more than 30 years, InventHelp, a Pittsburgh-based inventor service company, has aimed to improve the odds for their inventor-clients.
This week on Monday Morning Radio, InventHelp’s Nicole M. Lininger, who has worked for the company for more than 13 years, recounts some of the savvy methods used by the lucky few who do beat the long odds. Hint: Persistence pays.
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Posted: April 27, 2015
Run Time: 28 minutes 23 seconds