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Inventors' handbook Disclosure and confidentiality Know the important difference between protecting your idea against disclosure and protecting your idea against infringement. Proving the invention Prototypes are necessary. Building a team and seeking funding To convince others that your invention is a business opportunity with excellent investment potential you may need a team that demonstrates a range of skills. Finding and approaching companies Finding the right companies to approach, and approaching them the right way, is important if you want a licensing agreement with a company. Novelty and prior art At least one significant part of your invention's technology must be completely new. Assessing the risk ahead Ask yourself the vital question: "Is there enough evidence to justify taking my idea any further?" Protecting your idea At some point you must legally protect your intellectual property (IP). Business planning A business plan is essential for transforming an invention into a commercial product.
Arun Govil Personal life Arun Govil was born in Ramnagar near Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. He got his formal education at Meerut University, where he acted in some plays. He spent his teenage life in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh .His father wanted him to become a government servant while Arun wanted to do something for which he would be remembered. In 1975, at the young age of 17, he moved to Mumbai to start his own business there. Family Religious beliefs Arun Govil describes himself as "not particularly religious" and says when he was a child he would attend Ram-lila plays to please his religious mother. Career Actor Arun Govil got his first break in Indian cinema in the 1977 film Paheli When he was introduced to Tarachand Barjatya by his sister in law Tabassum .He later starred in other films such as Sawan Ko Aane Do (1979), Saanch Ko Aanch Nahin (1979), Ayaash (1982) and Itni Si Baat (1981). Producer Filmography Films Television References