Darwin were a startup company developing a new way to clean indoor air. Their early
stage invention prototypes backed by strong pending patents, displayed the promise
of unusually high particle capture with very low pressure drop and low energy consumption.
technology held the potential for integration into air-conditioning systems as well
as other HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning) applications.
to retaining my invention marketing services, they are now enjoying ANNUALmulti-million
Co-operwrite are a venture capital backed startup company developing a new way to
“write” into small digital devices (cell phones and PDA’s) without a keyboard. The
invention tracks the unit vectors created when either “writing” letter shapes using
a miniature joystick or directly onto a touch-sensitive screen.
As a result of retaining
my invention marketing services, Co-operwrite has received an acquisition approach
from Microsoft, and is currently exploring a license-based business model with cell
CASE COMPARISON Analysis Compare the outcomes to date of these two clients to see
the relationship between technical development, invention marketing, and license
streams. How would your new invention do?