This is a guest blog by Paul Niemann that was originally published on MarketLaunchers.com, a resource for inventors to build their own web page. Plus, it can be seen by companies who search MarketLaunchers.com’s invention database for new products.
Why were Xerox, Monopoly and Pepsi initially considered failures?
“I think there is a world market for maybe five computers.”
Chester Carlson, Charles Darrow, and Caleb Bradham. You might not recognize their names, but you know their products. And there’s a lesson in this story for every inventor…