Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) June 21, 2011
INPEX, the Invention & New Product Exposition, is America's largest invention trade show.
INPEX provides a forum for inventors to exhibit their inventions and attempt to make contacts with companies interested in licensing, marketing or manufacturing new products.
Each year, Inpex hosts the largest Inventor awards conference in the world. Thousands of inventors attend from more than fifty countries, and the conference receives major national media coverage. In the world of inventors, the equivalent of the academy award is winning the GOLD AWARD in your inventor category at the INPEX conference.
INPEX inventor category awards were presented this week in Pittsburgh, at an invitation only awards dinner which included film teams from Jay Leno and the Tonight show, national news media, and over 1000 dignitaries and prestigious judging panel of over fifty prior GOLD INPEX award winners. The largest delegation in 2011 was from Taiwan.
The most prestigious awards at the conference are the final inventor of the year awards, which include tens of thousands of dollars in cash awards. CEO SPACE presented one of the Gold Medal finalists a $ 7500.00 gift award for lifetime membership in the prestigious CEO SPACE entrepreneur trade show, which are hosted five times a year in Las Vegas, NV.
During the 2011 awards dinner, and prior to the final inventor of the year award, following ten years of sponsorship and personal free coaching work for Inpex in their week long inventor Resource and Coaching Center, Berny Dohrmann, Chairman of CEO SPACE, was awarded Inpex’s highest honor: the INPEX AMBASSADOR award for tireless service to inventors worldwide.
The entire room provided a long standing ovation as the surprised Chairman held the enormous statue, which was adorned with the lucky number 7 – the date of his birthday in February. The statue also boasted a Golden Globe to symbolize Mr. Dohrmann’s global support for inventors. Mr. Dohrmann proclaimed to the group- "but never won ANYTHING before" which brought the applause up a notch.
Mrs. Debbi Fields of Mrs. Fields cookies was a keynote speaker at the 2011 INPEX inventor convention, joining Mr. Dohrmann on the podium before standing room only crowds of inventors from all fifty states and 50 nations. Mrs. Fields and Berny Dohrmann dedicated their talks to encourage inventors to take their dreams all the way to market. As the two superstars pointed out, it is the inventors that create all the jobs and all the opportunities in our nation, which are so dearly needed right now. Mr. Dohrmann noted that the airport TSA agents were not amused as he returned to Tampa with a “very hard to explain" statue and global gold orb in his carry-on bags.
The TSA official bag searching Mr. Dohrmann on his way home remarked, "What is an INPEX?" By the time Mr. Dohrmann was through security he had discovered another would be inventor working for the TSA.