InventionHome sponsors popular “Inventors Corner” at The Inspired Home Show

For the 10th consecutive year, InventionHome is pleased to partner with the International Housewares Association (IHA) as they prepare for the largest housewares-only tradeshow in the world. Previously known as The International Home + Housewares Show, starting in 2020 IHA has renamed the annual 4-day event The Inspired Home Show. It will take place March 14-17, 2020 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. The tradeshow will have an updated look and feel ...

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“Plumbers Third Hand” Voted #1 Product by Pro-Remodeler Magazine

InventionHome congratulates our co-inventors John and William on having their garbage disposal installation tool chosen by Pro-Remodeler Magazine as #1 of the top 100 products for 2019 in the category of tools & equipment. Their tool, called the “Plumbers Third Hand”, was licensed in 2018 by Keeney Manufacturing Company. John commented, “Bill and I are extremely proud of this and could not have done this without Keeney Manufacturing Company. Thank you ...

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Showcase Your Golf Invention at the 2020 PGA Merchandise Show

InventionHome is once again pleased to sponsor the “Inventors Spotlight” at the upcoming PGA Merchandise Show, where event attendees can experience over 1000 interactive exhibits and network with industry leaders and professionals. The show’s exhibits are scheduled for January 22-24 in Orlando, Florida. The Inventors Spotlight area provides a unique platform where inventors can introduce their golf inventions to industry influencers and product development experts. If you have a patent application filed, ...

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Did you know? Bubble wrap was originally invented as wallpaper.

Engineer Al Fielding and Swiss inventor Marc Chavannes invented bubble wrap in 1957 while trying to create a textured wallpaper by sealing two shower curtains together to trap air bubbles. It wasn't until three years after the origination of their invention that Frederick W. Bowers, a marketer at Sealed Air, which made the product, finally came up with the perfect use for it. In 1959, IBM had announced a new word length ...

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How is a trademark different from a patent?

It is not uncommon for new inventors to ask questions about the type of protection they should seek with a new idea or invention.  Here is some basic information on the types of protections you may consider. 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 ...

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Did you know? The first tourist attraction corn maze was created in 1993 in Annville, Pennsylvania

Corn mazes are fall-favorite attractions among both children and adults. Many are based on artistic designs such as characters from movies and appear in many different designs. Some mazes are even created to tell stories or to portray a particular theme. Most have a path which goes all around the whole pattern, either to end in the middle or to come back out again, with various false trails diverging from ...

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Did you know? The earliest known golf match was played over 700 years ago in the year 1297

In Loenen (Netherlands) on February 26, 1297, the first recorded game of golf was played with a carved stick and small leather ball. The winner was whoever hit the ball with the least number of strokes into a target several hundred yards away. The game evolved over the next few centuries and most sports historian credit the modern game of golf to Scottish origins. The first documented mention of golf in ...

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UIA Inventor Spotlight Showcase at the New “Made in America” Show

InventionHome is pleased to announce that the United Inventors Association (UIA) will be hosting an “Inventors Spotlight” area at the 2019 Made In America Show. This first-ever exposition and celebratory event solely focusing on U.S. manufacturing and products made in the USA, will take place at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, October 3-6, 2019. If your goal is to produce your product in the America, you won’t want to miss ...

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How to Earn Royalties On Your Invention

We’ve all heard of inventions that have sold millions of units like Proactiv, Bowflex, Ped Egg, Snuggie and the George Foreman Grill, but what does it take to license an idea 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. If you are not in a position to develop, manufacture and sell your invention ...

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Fitness, Health, or Wellness Inventions Wanted for 2019 FIBO USA Tradeshow

InventionHome is excited to help the United Inventors Association (UIA) launch an Inventors Spotlight section at the upcoming FIBO USA tradeshow. FIBO USA is the latest edition of the world’s largest fitness, health, and wellness event. It is slated for October 17-19, 2019 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Florida. The Inventors Spotlight area provides a unique platform where inventors can introduce their fitness inventions to industry influencers ...

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