- Green Belt
- Posts: 217
- Joined: Tue Jan 27, 2009 1:11 pm
Yeah,I've thought about this.
An automonous inventor's group,sub-contacting out for it's collective needs,utilising purchasing power,and the skills of the members to get member-voted[problematical] ideas cleaned and screened for the market.
It seems like lost money to leach money into corporate layers.
Getting a store together to sell members' products[among others].
I've said this before,if inventors are as s..t hot as they make out to be,they should be generating leading/cutting edge products.
Is that not what we do: innovate,invent,improve?
So why should not what we produce not be top gear?Believe it.
Inventors license their ideas.Why not have ideas presented by various members out of which one idea is selected for licensing to the foundation to be mutually beneficial with an exit strategy.
Financing comes from a subscription[affordable,votable on] to benefit the foundation whose purpose would be to educate,facilitate,resource and maybe enter into mutually beneficial financial arrangements with various member inventors,if agreeable.
Is it not the case that we are all doing this to eventually get into the market,with the underlying assumption that we are producing,can produce products,that are that good?And that we can learn what is necessary and develop the skills to get us there,one way or the other?
If this isn't what significantly informs our efforts,we should really direct our efforts and resources into more enjoyable productive activities.
I'm just thinking that[hopefully]this is being worked out in the think tank.