Bob Lindsey frequently delivers workshops and presentations - copies are often available for up to ten days after the date of the event. Some are available for longer.
The following documents are available as below:
Visited by Kevin Foley and presented to the Inventors Club at the British Library in September 2021
This is a fairly standard example of a Non-Discosure Agreement which is used to protect your innovation. Note that you may find that some large organisations have company procedures in place which bar their employees from signing such agreements.
This document describes the requirements of ISO 9000, which is a family of Quality Management standards designed to help organizations ensure that agreed quality standards are met.
Some buyers are led by such procedures - more details on ISO 9000 wikipedia.
Sometimes, if the idea is unique, and the design has strong Intellectual Property Protection, then the best way forward might be to seek a licensing agreement, where a large company will pay royalties to use your design. However, this is not necessarily an easy objective to achieve.
I sometimes meet innovators who feel that generating the "new idea" is the major task. In almost all cases, the commercial challenges will be larger than dea generation, technical problems, and even raising finance.
<< New text box >>A brief template to check you won't have a hole in your bank account and that you have suffient working capital.
Choosing a Trademark may be an emotive and personal thing. I would recommend a strictly analytical approach to check its suitability
Kingston Invents is a network of innventors which meets at Kingston University on the third Wednesday of the month.