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Throughout this course, you will learn the ins and outs of patents. We leave no topic uncovered here. We begin the course by discussing what a patent is, as well as the patent types you have to choose from. We then dive into the nitty-gritty by discussing patent drawings, filing, patent grants, and patent claims. Our information is based on our founder's experience with inventing and creating a business. We made mistakes that we are going to help you avoid. The information we give in this course is crucial for an inventor to avoid costly mistakes and to help you protect yourself at all costs. Our resources provide you with cheat sheets into avoiding patent pitfalls, as well as templates to help save you time! We cannot wait for you to join our community and become a millionaire entrepreneur!
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2 sections - 13 lectures - 49:15 total length
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As entrepreneurs, inventors, and visionaries, our team has experienced first-hand, all of the challenges of turning an idea into a reality. Ed Ramirez, the founder of The Entrepreneur Project has also experienced the benefits of transforming an idea into a product or business. He has experienced all of the hardships that come with inventing a product or starting a business and he has a whole host of knowledge that we are now able to share with you today.
By launching The Entrepreneur Project, we want to help other motivated individuals by sharing all of our hard-earned knowledge. We know the joy of living life at 100% as an entrepreneur and we want to help others with the same vision to achieve their own success.
Our founder, Ed Ramirez, is better known as an Entrepreneur, Corporate Technology Executive, Software Licensing Expert, Inventor, and Visionary. At the age of 18, Ed began his journey as an entrepreneur when he started a successful janitorial business and ever since has been obsessed with creating ideas and building successful businesses.
Although the janitorial business may not have ended well, he knew failure was just part of the process of growth. At the age of 24, he decided to dive into the restaurant business which taught him some of the most valuable business skills known to man. As Ed always puts it, “the restaurant business is the most difficult business I have ever experienced and will ever experience.”
After 10 years, the restaurants were sold and he walked away ready to begin a career in the tech industry of Silicon Valley. Ed ended up getting a job at Oracle Corporation. He worked on multi-million dollar software deals and managed a $200 million dollar business. Although this may sound like the dream to some, this path did not align with his long term visions.
Using his background and experience in entrepreneurship, Ed walked away and used his software licensing skills to create a consulting company that would help customers understand and better leverage their large software contracts. To this date, his company Software Licensing Consultants is the foremost cost containment company in the world.
Ideas seemed to follow Ed, but it wasn’t just luck. He had the eye of an entrepreneur. He was able to look at the simple things and see the opportunity in every avenue. It took years of failures and successes but with all that under his belt, he knew how to take ideas to the next level. Around this time was when he invented his first product, The Urinal Screens. His idea to prevent urine splashback from urinals ended up making him a global leader and he created the industry's first Anti-Splash technology. This journey of the invention taught him everything from patents to manufacturing and so on. Ideas seemed to follow Ed, but it wasn’t just luck. He had the eye of an entrepreneur. He was able to look at the simple things and see the opportunity in every avenue. It took years of failures and successes but with all that under his belt, he knew how to take ideas to the next level. Around this time was when he invented his first product, The Urinal Screens. His idea to prevent urine splashback from urinals ended up making him a global leader and he created the industry's first Anti-Splash technology. This journey of the invention taught him everything from patents to manufacturing and so on.
Through trials and errors and so much success, Ed prides himself on having the eye of an Entrepreneur, a.k.a. a visionary. The vision to see that there is a problem when others don’t see it is powerful. Being able to take that vision and turn it into a business or product that people need is a skill that not everyone can withhold. However, Ed believes that you can dig deep to find that business vision and he wants others to also experience life at 100%. This is why The Entrepreneur Project was created, we took the failures Ed faced and the successes he gained and compiled an easy to follow educational platform to turn your idea or invention into a multimillion-dollar business.