Speaker: Warren Tuttle, Product Development & Licensing Professional
THE INVENTORS ASSOCIATION OF ARIZONA
President of United Inventors Association
Product Development & Licensing Specialist
Warren Tuttle serves as the President of the United Inventors Association, a position he has held since 2009. Warren is also a prolific speaker at inventor organizations and industry tradeshows, where he shares his extensive knowledge and expertise to help educate aspiring inventors, patent holders and product developers.
In addition to his own commercial successes, including Smart Spin and Misto, the Gourmet Olive Oil Sprayer, Warren has also helped numerous inventors obtain licensing agreements with major US manufacturers, and has counseled many inventors who went on to start their own small businesses. Warren also oversees the Open Innovation outside product programs for three industry leading companies: Lifetime Brands in Housewares (Farberware, Kitchen Aid and 30 others), Techtronics Industries in Power Tools (Ryobi and Ridgid) and Merchant Media in Direct Response Television (Smart Spin, True Touch and many others). Warren personally interacts through email or phone with about 10,000 inventors a year and has initiated over 100 new product licensing agreements that have collectively generated close to a billion dollars in retail sales.
Warren is in the process of incorporating all of his companies under the Tuttle Innovation brand name and website. Warren will be sharing his incredible journey in the world of inventing with the IAA and sharing how he helps inventors reach their goals. Visit his websites for more information:
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