By sharing my insights and examples, I hope to help inventors like you develop your own material in order to effectively communicate and present your invention to the many different users within the invention process.
A recession is the optimal time to reinvent competitive advantage because the pressure of a feeble economy will separate the strong businesses from the weak ones, with the weak falling out of the game entirely. Your business will be strong if you have a plan of action based upon a little industry research, an analysis of what you have and what you want, and continuous monitoring of the results of your plan. This kind of innovation is not only a necessity right now, but it is an opportunity to improve the quality and efficiency in the way you do business.
Sometimes it takes a significant event or change in existing conditions for a business to create a written plan. I think it's safe to say that the state of the economy is a significant change that should prompt business owners to alter the way they've been doing things. If you already have a business plan, it's time to get it out and revise it.
Invention Business Plan Example: The Main Elements : Many different readers and audiences need to see your idea in writing. You will be surprised how many different questions will be asked about your invention. In order to efficiently answer such questions, the document should be designed such that it serves as a detailed yet practical guide and resource to be used by a broad audience. Thus, the elements and content of your plan should be both comprehensive (i.e. can answer most questions about your invention) and adaptable (i.e. can be easily modified) for the purpose of a specific use or audience.