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Harshaw Research

Harshaw Research

210 W. Tecumseh Street, Ottawa, Kansas, 66067, United States

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About Harshaw Research


What makes Harshaw Research different?


Harshaw Research, Inc. is a diversified New Product Development Firm with a primary business model focused on “Investing in Innovation.”  Harshaw Research has the desire to form a strategic business alliance with each inventor client in order to bring his or her invention to market by utilizing HRI’s own expert engineers, seasoned registered patent attorney, and marketing executives who have been imminently successful in all aspects of invention development for well over a decade. Browse our site for important information on patents, trademarks, fully functional prototypes, and even direct manufacturing.  Harshaw Research, Inc. pioneered the most innovative business model in the country over fifteen years ago for developing and patent protecting inventions and one that has been very successful for inventors just like you.

Letter from the President

(an experienced and successful patent attorney)


Unlike mega-corporations, individual inventors do not invent by committee and then delegate product development to R&D, legal, and marketing departments.  Instead, they are faced with doing all of this on their own.  I personally recognize that each of these components is critical to success and that having an investment partner and experienced guidance can make all the difference in the world, especially to the individual inventor.  For over a decade with Harshaw Research, I have been involved in all of these facets of new product development and have repeatedly seen products enter the marketplace as a result of HRI's methodology for turning ideas into assets.


Once a new product concept has been professionally optimized through concept design engineering and legally protected through the efforts of Harshaw's own registered patent attorney, HRI anticipates investing in the commercialization process on the basis of a percentage participation in the client revenue produced.


I believe that there are two methods of establishing a competitive advantage: do things better than others, or do things differently.  Harshaw Research applies both of these principles by forming strategic business alliances with clients to bring new products, ideas, and concepts to the marketplace for the mutual benefit of HRI and its clients.


Patent Partners®

Linking Capitol with Innovation


Patent Partners® provides commercialization services on a contingency fee basis.  The percentage of commission is highly project dependant and is structured based on a proprietary formula including the anticipated investment requirements by The Harshaw Research Group.


Harshaw Research has historically provided cutting edge opportunities in the area of new product development.  Examples ranging from TOYS to TECHNOLOGY™ exemplify the broad range of experience and professional know-how in managing our clients' projects from concept to reality.


Although not exclusive, HRI’s Success Stories provide a good representation of the range of projects HRI’s Engineering, Legal, and Marketing team has worked on through the years.


Patent, Trademark, and Copyright Philosophy

Should YOU get a Patent?


Market Based Decisions


The greatest asset to an individual (small entity) inventor may be his patent protection as that provides the basis to (1) prevent competition and (2) provide the legal basis for licensing the invention to a larger company in exchange for royalty payments.  Harshaw Research, Inc. is owned and operated by a registered patent attorney who has protected hundreds of inventions with patents and trademarks according to the industry leading HRI business model. 

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