Marketing is often an activity foreign to the inventor, or at least not a preferred form of work. A man who is outstanding at finding solutions to technical problems is frequently ill-equipped for the selling end of invention development. Selling can, however, be as much a challenge to creativity as is the inventive process itself.
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