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Typically, inventors and entrepreneurs are trying to find companies willing to license and pay royalties for their inventions rather than manufacturing and going to market on their own. Or, if the invention is fully developed they may be trying to wholesale or sell the product to a large company. Either way, we can help.
Licensing is when a company pays you ongoing royalties in exchange for permission to make, use or sell your invention. Typically, the company will pay all of the costs to develop, manufacture and sell the invention and pay you a royalty from sales of the invention.
The main difference between “selling your invention” and “licensing your invention” is in the transfer of rights. When you sell your invention, you are transferring the rights or ownership of the invention. Licensing is like “renting” your patent rights or invention, which allows you to retain ownership of your invention.
For inventors or entrepreneurs with fully developed product with inventory, we can help you connect with companies looking to wholesale product directly from you. Through our marketing and licensing process, we target retailers, wholesalers and other companies looking for innovative products to wholesale.
Royalties are ongoing payments made to the inventor as a result of a license agreement and they are usually calculated as a percentage of the revenue received by the company from sales of the invention.