Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) April 09, 2015
Representatives from the US Patent and Trademark Office, US Small Business Administration, and LegalCORPS will be there to answer questions and provide reliable information that can be instrumental in successfully bringing marketable products through the invention development process.
At the 2011 Expo, Inventor Greg Amundson of Scandia, Minnesota made the connections he needed to help bring his Easy Caulk peel and stick caulk strips to the marketplace. Amundson says, “My success started at this show.” His company, Cornerflex, is now selling Easy Caulk via amazon.com and they are about to launch three new products. And in 2013 Sequence® board game inventor Doug Reuter was the Grand Prize winner, for his new game QB8.
Since 1958, the Minnesota Inventors Congress has presented this internationally known event that showcases innovation and provides an opportunity for aspiring, emerging and established inventors to move from ideas to manufacturing to the marketplace. “Innovation is a driving force behind the U.S. economy,” says Program Director Deb Hess.” “Inventors from across the country come to test market their products at our show and attend our Inventing Success™ Workshops, hosted by experts who teach the product development process.”
Manufacturers attend to seek products and the general public attends to get a sneak peek and give feedback on how the inventions would be received in the marketplace.
Inspire 2015 Innovation Expo
April 30 and May 1, 2015 - Minneapolis Convention Center
Inspire/Inventors Resource Center