Michelle wrote:But the general concept of what it is sold for minus costs of making and selling it is traditional.
Can you elaborate it a bit? To me both definition are the same. product price minus cost of making /selling.
And thanks for the hint of tighten of time length. I will focus on this one.
I will ask for their company road map and plan of selling. It's all new to me and to them as well. This is a new green energy company fund with government grant. Let's say each power generation unit would sell for hundreds of thousand dollars. But 5 unit/36 month is still very low, for an exclusive licensing.
However, to be honest, I am still happy they are doing this with me at all. No way I can develop this product myself; but let's keep this from them right now.
New on the day job as well, need to perform. Last company I worked hit by bad economic pretty bad.