Thursday, July 25, 2013

Free Patent Rights: Socially Responsible Help

Free patent rights are available to worthy causes.  Free inventions are given to help the world. It's the way for inventors to be socially responsible.

The bulk of the work and risk is taking the invention idea, and turning it into a viable product or system.  Worthy causes need all the help they can get.  The free patent rights springboards charitable organizations to the next level.

With Innovation Institute, LLC offers many inventions without charge to good companies.  Free patent rights are a great way to coax organizations into good corporate behavior.

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Research how to use patents for improving the world.  Related subjects to search include: leverage, corporate good, corporate behavior, help the world, or help the planet.

It's time more inventors used "patent leverage" to coax organizations into ethical behavior.

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