Thanks to huge advancements in technology, publishing has changed considerably in the last decade. Printed books and magazines have given rise to e-readers and tablets that offer the same product but for a fraction of the cost. But while technology has changed how people access printed materials, there is one thing that has remained relatively the same: contract negotiations.
New inventions are often considered to be the life blood of any business venture. The allure of new products and services drive public interest and along with it the economy. It's because of this, as well as the promise of turning a profit, that many entrepreneurs have gotten into inventing.