88-Year-Old Semi-Retired Engineer Signs Licensing Agreement for His Office Product Invention

88-Year-Old Semi-Retired Engineer Signs Licensing Agreement for His Office Product Invention

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Golf Inventors Invited to Exhibit at the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show

InventionHome is pleased to again sponsor the “Inventors Spotlight” at the upcoming PGA Merchandise Show January 24-26 in Orlando, Florida.  Event attendees can experience over 1000 interactive exhibits and network with golf industry leaders and ...

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Did you know? The cotton candy machine was invented by a dentist!

The cotton candy machine was invented by a dentist! A popular treat at fairs, carnivals, and baseball games, cotton candy is made by spinning strands of sugar together. The treat is wrapped around a small ...

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InventionHome Helps an International Inventor Obtain a Licensing Deal with a Major “As Seen On TV” Company

InventionHome Helps an International Inventor Obtain a Licensing Deal with a Major “As Seen On TV” Company

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Great Ideas from Young Inventors

With the back half of summer starting to wind down, August means “back-to-school” for students! While some students may have spent their summer playing baseball or softball or indoors playing video games and watching Netflix, ...

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Help for Inventors Who Have Manufactured Their Invention

If you are looking for a company to help with warehousing and shipping of your manufactured product, InventionHome is pleased to introduce Windsor Direct Distribution to meet the increasing requests for various small business support ...

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What does it mean to license your invention for royalties?

If you are not familiar with the term “license”, think of it as a way of renting your invention as opposed to selling your invention. A license agreement is when the inventor [licensor] agrees to let ...

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InventionHome takes pleasure in announcing a marketing contract for a greeting card set created by an Oregon inventor

InventionHome takes pleasure in announcing a marketing contract for a greeting card set created by an Oregon inventor

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InventionHome is pleased to announce that an Oregon inventor has received a marketing agreement

InventionHome is pleased to announce that an Oregon inventor has received a marketing agreement

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Patenting vs. Trademarking Your New Idea

An Intellectual Property Right (IPR) is a right given to a person over the creation of their intellect or mind. IPRs include patents, trademarks and copyrights, and are governed by the US Patent and Trademark ...

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Did You Know? The popsicle was invented by accident

The Popsicle was invented, on accident, by an 11 year old boy in 1905. Frank Epperson had left a mixture of powdered soda, water, and a stick in a cup on his porch during a ...

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3 Tips For Pitching Your Invention

Here at InventionHome our goal is to get your product in front of companies and ultimately negotiate and land a lucrative license agreement for you. However, there may be times when some inventors find themselves ...

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