Superior market execution often outperforms IP.
I won`t say bigger is always better. That`s too much of a blanket statement. As with most things, it depends. However, bigger is most always more complicated. You eventually reach a point that in order to grow, you need specialist to help.
As a small company, you can`t really dedicate time and money to defend a patent. A larger company on the other hand does have the money and people to send out just for that purpose. Mean while, they can continue running their company as usual (assuming there isn`t just one product that has an injuction applied to it) for a limited time. Eventually, defending the patent will start harming them, since it has been sucking resources from the start.
Yes U R Right no insentive, but to see their story in print. I can not promise $ or a book, I would go bankup if I never went to print or the book never sold. The stories that I have heard just are interesting & that I`m hoping to some how get the word out there & the storys back to me. I could make up a bunch of stories but thats no good. I wish the story teller to buy a book, get thiers friends interested in the next book & so on & so on,,, Snow Ball effect. Do U have an Idea on how to start the "SNOW BALL EFFECT" You get the picture of a snow ball roling down a hill getting bigger & BIGGER & BIGGER. AFter all our businesses Depend on our products or services doing just that, selling more & more, due to word of mouth or quaulity products.
How DO WE (business owner) best get the word out on a new product & idea? Age old ? HAve 2 Ruuunnn Thanks