I am at the juncture of actualizing my idea. I have the idea on the note and how it should work. I do not have any technical skills. I think I need to gather co-founders with technical & developing skills, maybe also marketing & fundraising skills. What should my approach be - cofounders and then idea or idea and then cofounders?
Thanks Michael and I agree. I am 100% on sharing the idea and vision and I do think the idea will continue to evolve and expand. If I managed to get the team (cofounders) onboard, the idea will probably goes many ways. As I pen out my idea, it is still evolving on what and how it can be done and who (target group/addressable market) will benefit. However, I need to start somewhere which now I need a cofounder with strong technical skill to share the same vision. After reading a few postings, I know I need to work on the prototype to raise fund to further develop the product. The question is what to share in order to get the target group of cofounder to be interested.
Thanks Thomas, Mark and Omar for your input.
Hi Omar, in fact, file a provision patent was one of the initiate thought. Will you also recommend http://www.thoughtstopaper.com/patent-applications/provisional-patent-application.html and what is the different of these patent companies?
Hi Omar, one more question, since I am not technically inclined, how do I specify on the technical part for the patent?