InventionHome is pleased to announce it will once again sponsor the Inventors Spotlight at the 2011 National Hardware Show (NHS), along with the United Inventors Association (UIA) and Garden Weasel.
This is a “don’t miss” opportunity to show the Hardware Industry your inventive solution for today’s homeowner. It’s also the chance to learn from industry experts what it takes to commercialize your invention during a free Inventor Seminar.
The NHS is broken into 9 segments focused on the following areas:
Hardware and Tools
Plumbing & Electrical
Lawn & Garden
Paint & Accessories
Storage & Organization
Should I exhibit my invention?
If you have an invention that brings a new, unique and original solution to today’s homeowner after the home is built, you should consider attending. The Inventor’s Spotlight is for inventors with prototypes or finished products that can be easily demonstrated. This year’s theme is “where deals are made.” Industry experts will award special merit to the following 5 categories: Best New Product, Most Retail-Ready, Most Eco-Friendly, Best Business Potential, and Best for Simplicity & Manufacturability. The winners will be awarded and featured in the Inventor Digest Magazine. The face-to-face meetings with potential buyers/licensees, networking opportunities with industry professionals, and inventor educational seminars are well worth the cost to attend.
Should I attend the free Inventor Seminar?
Any inventors interested in learning more about patenting, manufacturing, licensing, marketing, or selling their products in the Hardware industry should consider attending. Featured speakers include David Kappos, Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and A.J. Khubani, CEO/Founder of infomercial giant Telebrands. There is no need to register for this seminar; all inventors attending the show are welcome to attend.
Reserve your booth for the seminar by calling Cheryl Fishbone-Todaro at 203.840.5444. Exhibit spaces are limited (space will sell out). Patent protection is recommended for exhibiting.