Visit the Thomas Edison National Historical Park, a food product licensed, QVC, and more!
Week of June 24, 2019 Newsletter Issue #15
In the IGA Newsletter, you’ll find a bi-monthly update on all things inventing including success stories, inventor resources, events, and other content focused on reinvigorating your inventing spirit!
Inventor Success Stories
Congratulations Julie Kos on licensing your food product invention!
“I had spent tens of thousands of dollars with business consultants trying to license my product prior to finding inventRight with little to show for it but mounting costs and frustration. I was ready to give up… but inventRight was my saving grace!
I signed up for one-on-one coaching and received more useful information and guidance from my coach Terry on the first call than I had received from all three of the business consultants I’d worked with to that point.” – Julie Kos
Licensing a food product is difficult to say the least. We commend your hard work, persistence, and success. Congrats!
Visit the Thomas Edison National
Historical Park in New Jersey!
“Thomas Edison’s home and laboratory are a step back in time, when machines were run by belts and pulleys and music was played on phonographs. Where to the passerby, the buildings betray little evidence of the industries they once started. Discover where America’s greatest inventor changed our world forever.” – Thomas Edison Museum
Before considering presenting your product idea to an Open Innovation company, watch this webinar!
We held an educational webinar on March 6th about how to review a potential licensee to see if your idea is a good fit with CoFounders Andrew Krauss and Stephen Key. To watch the recorded playback of this webinar, click Here and scroll to the bottom of the page!
Educational Webinar Series
Did you see the webinar about manufacturing your product idea and selling it to retailers with Jim DeBetta? Click Here and scroll to the bottom of the page!
Another monthly webinar is coming up soon! Have you signed up yet? Mark your calendars for July 10th, because Kedma Ough, Author and Entrepreneur, will be discussing how to raise money to launch your business!
Kedma Ough is a Small Business Superhero, the author of “Target Funding”, 5th Generation Entrepreneur, Invention Geek, a Keynote Speaker, and has served over 10,000 businesses.
July 10th — It’s coming up fast!
The Webinars are held Wednesdays at 5pm Pacific / 8pm Eastern We will share a recording of his presentation afterwards.
Meet Stephen Key, Co-Founder of IGA, Jacob Ward, a registered patent attorney, Kedma Ough, author of Target Funding, and Ken Johnson, inventor of the famous card game, Phase 10!
The Michigan Inventors Coalition is proud to announce this year’s 7th Annual Michigan Inventors Expo, co-hosted with Inventors Groups of America!
Join us on Thursday, August 29th at the Kellogg Conference Center. Are you looking to showcase your invention? Booths are limited to 50 this year, so sign up early. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity for exposure and education. Space is limited – register today!
Silicon Valley International Invention Festival (SVIIF)
“Hosted by International Federation of Inventors’ Associations (IFIA) and organized by Geneva’s Exhibition and Congress Center (PALEXPO), the second Silicon Valley International Invention Festival (SVIIF) kicks off in Santa Clara Convention Center, the host of world-class events, from 24 to 26 June 2019.” – SVIIF
“I’m with the President of IFIA, Alireza Rastegar, Jury President, John Calvert, and Judge, Inventor, and Author of Idea to Invention, Patricia Nolan-Brown. I had a wonderful experience, met some fantastic people, and was an honor to be a judge at SVIIF. There were over 173 inventions from different countries around the world. I had the honor to judge 17 inventions.” – Stephen Key
Learn more about the International Federation of Inventors’ Association (IFIA) Here!
4th International Invention Innovation Competition
“The main purpose of the event is to arrange a special occasion to emerge creativity engaged by innovators from Canada and the rest of the world while providing an opportunity towards participants to expand their activities by showcasing and promoting their inventions/new products while also achieving a new success of winning invention awards from Canada.
The event provides favorable programs: a combination of invention exhibition, educational seminar, and award ceremony for inventors, students, researchers, and entrepreneurs from both local and overseas sectors. Anyone with spectacular ideas in all categories can participate in the competition and benefit from all programs and exchange network with a diverse group of participants.” – TISIAS