There are many examples available in the history which put forth the true picture about the patents. Alexander Graham Bell’s telephone patent is one such example. His patent has been considered as the single most valuable patent ever issued in the history of the world. But he never had the money, political connection and above all the business experience to make his invention a commercial success. So he had to bring his invention to Gardiner G.Hubbard, a prominent
So the question that arises here is what if he had not found anybody to make his invention a success. I think his invention might have remained worthless for long.