Robert Taylor and Liquid Soap
In the 1970s, there was such an American entrepreneur who invented liquid soap and sold it with the help of his small business. However, the invention was not patented, since the idea itself was not fundamentally new. And the pump mechanism, without which the use of liquid soap would be difficult, was also invented a very long time ago. Taylor understood that if large manufacturers of household chemicals began to mass-produce liquid soap in dispensers, then the small business would not see any prospects for its development.
And then the resourceful entrepreneur decided simply not to give other manufacturers the opportunity to get the coveted plastic dispensing pumps that are attached to bottles with liquid soap. Continue reading