By: H.W. Pfabe | October 19, 2016


Another short post today, about an issue that made headlines earlier this week. While crowdfunding inventions is a fantastic way to get investments that allow inventors to bring their ideas to market, some Chinese companies now appear to be scouring Kickstarter, looking for products to copy and beat the original inventor to market.


What Happened:


Yesterday, in a rare bit of journalism not focused on taste testing Japanese Burger King® squid ink Whoppers®, or comparing who has the best drive-thru chicken nuggets, Business Insider published an article about an entrepreneur, Yekutiel Sherman, who came up with an iPhone® case, called StikBox ( ). Th...

Category: Patents 

Tags: Crowdfunding