Apply for a patent in Norway
- 1 Why apply for a patent?
- 2 Check the market
- 3 Get help from a professional
- 4 The invention must be new
- 5 Check the rights of others
- 6 Application process
- 7 Possible obstacles on the way to a patent
- 8 Patent in other countries?
- 9 Examples
- 10 What does it cost?
- 11 Templates
- 12 No Norwegian ID number?
- 13 Applications (drafts and/or filed) and receipts
2. Where is the market and who are the customers?
To earn money on your invention, you must first check the market. You need to assess whether there is a need for the product and whether it has a good chance in competition with others.
- Is the technology forward-looking, so that it is viable in a few years time?
- What is the market willing to pay for the product?
- Which markets are you going to invest in, where are you going to produce your product and how do you intend to distribute it?
- How are you going to make the product known in the market and who are your competitors?
- What are the benefits of your product compared to your competitors'?
- Should you go alone or do you need partners?
There are many questions to consider, and you need to develop a strategy to work structured and targeted.
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