Hello to all iig contacts-
We have scheduled all the meetings for the rest of the year already.
We start with an great one right off –
Monday September 10 at 7pm
Community Savings Bank in Robins
or your home
This will be a webex meeting so you can log in from home.
(we wont have the login info until the end of the week, so send us a note if interested)
(will put the link on our facebook page)
It will be an Intellectual Property Overview and Resources for inventors.
Supervisory patent examiner, USPTO Zandra Smith is a supervisory patent examiner (SPE) at the USPTO. She joined the agency in June 1996 as an examiner in optical measuring and testing in Technology Center (TC) 2800. Prior to joining the USPTO, Smith earned a Bachelor of Science degree in physics from Virginia Tech. . In January of 2018 she accepted a detail in the Office of Innovation Development (OID) as the Pro Se Assistance Program Coordinator. In 2005, she became a trainer for new examiners in the Patent Training Academy. Later that same year, she became a SPE in the semiconductor art area, where she supervised more than 20 examiners who worked a variety of patent applications related to semiconductors and the method of making semiconductors. As a supervisor, she has had the opportunity to work on several projects within TC 2800 and the Patent Corps, including serving as being the TC lead of the Diversity Council. Smith has also worked on creating career development opportunities for the Patents Technical Support Staff and currently serves as the Transition Coordinator for TC 2800, assisting new examiners in their move from the training academy to their home art unit. She enjoys cooking, reading, and good wine and lives in Virginia with her kids and her dog.
I made a great contact at the USPTO when I was there in March. Was able to coordinate this.
——————-Great opportunity – READ—————–
Do you know an inventor of a concept or prototype product in the juvenile products area?
Toy, apparel, strollers, car seats, baby gear, baby tech, maternity, feeding/nursing,
bedding, nursery furniture, gift, accessories and more
Are you looking for feedback on your concept or product from hundreds of retailers?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, we have a tremendous opportunity
for you to exhibit at the largest juvenile products event in the Western Hemisphere.
The event traditionally draws over 4,000 buyers and manufacturers of products for
babies and small children.
The ABC Invention Connection Showcase is designed to give the juvenile products
community an inside look at the next big product that could revolutionize the industry.
This showcase is intended to create an opportunity for inventors to gauge interest in
their product which cannot be currently found in the market as well as provide access
to existing manufacturers regarding licensing or selling their invention.
Below is participation information for the ABC Invention Connection®,
Product cannot be marketed or sold any time prior to October 1, 2018.
Once the Invention Connection application has been submitted, the inventor
will be invoiced for a non-refundable application fee of $150
they will be required to submit their company’s non-disclosure agreement (NDA)
a product overview, their purpose for attending, and images of product/production
the inventor will be notified regarding acceptance or denial
Exhibit Space Specifications:
Cost of exhibit space $1,299
Exhibit space includes:
The location of the ABC Invention Connection® is upfront near the show entrance.
For more information and registration, please contact Kay Wolverton at:
(210) 691-4848 Ext 106 or email@example.com
For complete information, please visit our website at: http://www.theabcshow.com/inventor1.asp
We look forward to welcoming you to Las Vegas this fall.
Larry Schur, President
All Baby & Child Corporation
-- Frank Morosky President Iowa Inventors Group PO Box 10342 Cedar Rapids IA 52410 www.iowainventorsgroup.org firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 319-849-8436