In this provocative article, Crain’s Chicago Business highlights Chicago Inventors Organization’s President Calvin Flowers and his road to success as he realized that the only way his invention would ever get out into the world was if he pushed the process forward himself.
Because of that experience Mr. Flowers now counsels entrepreneurs “to be involved in every step of the process” if they don’t want consultants, suppliers, investors or other companies to take advantage of them on the long journey from kitchen-table sketch to store shelf.
Stainburn, Samantha. “How to Bring Your Invention to Market Without Getting Zapped.” Crain’s Chicago Business Web Site 6 April 2013.
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