We are so very fortunate to have Rob Angel, the inventor of the game Pictionary, as our Keynote Speaker for the IAA July Open Door Meeting. We’re shaking it up a bit this time with a format change from Webinar to Fireside Chat. Using this format, Rob can take us on his incredible journey and engage in live questions and discussion. An email blast will be coming out soon with instructions on how to join this meeting. Stay tuned…this will be a great meeting!
In the meantime, Rob has a new book, just released on June 1st, called Game Changer. It is available on Amazon if you’re interested in ordering your own copy. The IAA has ordered a copy for our library, so it will be available for IAA members to check out soon!
For those who joined us at our June 3rd Open Door meeting to learn more about licensing, LuAnne Puett has a book available that covers many of the tips and suggestions she shared with us on the Zoom meeting.
The San Antonio-based Alamo Inventors Group and the Inventors Association of Arizona are discussing a shared “TRUSTED RESOURCE LIST” which will open up more avenues for new inventors. Stay tuned…
to IAA member
Ron Laikind who knows
when to ZIG and when to ZAG!
WHEN OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS…
When Ron Laikind invented his Personal Cooling System, he had hikers and athletes in mind. His product, Extreme Mist, is on the market and has done quite well. However, when the Covid 19 threat was blanketing the world, Ron saw an opportunity to quickly adapt his product to meet the current needs of the market… QUICK AND EFFICIENT SANITIZATION! Ron’s quick thinking and immediate action lead to a new burst of business! Take a look at his websites!
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