How can I get rich from my invention?
The ways you might make money from your invention fall under three basic paths. You can sell the patent or rights to your invention outright. You can license your invention. You can produce and market and sell your invention yourself.
How do you sell an idea to a company?
You can sell an idea to a company without a patent. You need a way to stop them from stealing the idea from you. One way to do that without a patent is with a nondisclosure agreement, aka NDA. The NDA would limit the company’s ability to use your idea without paying you for it.
What will be the life in 2050?
Seven billion people will live in urban areas by 2050; vastly outnumbering rural people. There will be more senior citizens than young people (between the ages of 12 and 17) and children (people under the age of 12).
What companies work for the government?
Here are the top 10 government contractors and companies listed.
- Federal Government.
- Lockheed Martin. View Jobs.
- Booz Allen Hamilton. View Jobs.
- Northrop Grumman. View Jobs.
- Raytheon. View Jobs.
- SAIC. View Jobs.
How are inventors paid?
An inventor usually authorizes a manufacturer (the licensee) to make and sell the invention in exchange for paying the inventor royalties. The royalties may be a percentage of the net revenues or may be a payment for each invention sold.
What should I invent to get rich?
12 Inventions That Could Make $1 Billion
- Energy storage. A man installing solar panels | iStock.com.
- Asteroid mining. This astronaut knows you have a billionaire inside you | NASA via Getty Images.
- Wireless electricity.
- Cheap, portable water filtration.
- Superior carbon capture tech.
- Superior fracking tech.
- Reverse microwave.
- (Good) meatless meat.