This has been my dream for almost five years. America was built on the premise that a small inventor can have a dream, work hard and make that dream a reality. The American Dream today doesn't even seem real to many average Americans.
New York, New York (PRWEB) January 01, 2015
World Patent Marketing, the world's fastest growing patent and inventor services company, announces plans to open the New York Inventor Exchange (NYIE). The New York Inventor Exchange is the first of its kind and will level the playing field for small inventors being bullied out of the intellectual property marketplace by multi-national corporations with deep pockets.
"Launching the New York Inventor Exchange is a very proud day for us," said Scott Cooper, Managing Director of World Patent Marketing. "This has been my dream for almost five years. America was built on the premise that a small inventor can have a dream, work hard and make that dream a reality. The American Dream today doesn't even seem real to many average Americans. I work with inventors everyday that have great ideas but don't have the money and can't afford to go through an expensive patent process. Our goal is to change that. Our members will stay ahead of the curve by participating in a new marketplace intended to spur innovation with least-cost solutions."
In September of 2011, President Barack Obama signed legislation that overhauled the U.S. patent system for the first time since 1952. Among other things, the measure, dubbed the America Invents Act, transitioned the country to a "first-to-file" system, instead of the current "first-to-invent" approach. Issuing patents to the first person or company to file was supposed to help provide clarity in the patent-granting process. The measure was also supposed to help provide adequate funding to the overwhelmed patent office by allowing it to set and keep its own fees.
"We have to do everything we can to encourage the entrepreneurial spirit wherever we find it," President Obama said at a signing ceremony at a high school in Arlington, Virginia. This measure "cuts away the red tape that slows down our inventors and entrepreneurs."
"America is all about helping the little guy," said Steven Harris, Inventor of Teddy's Ballie Bumpers, Former Publisher of Bear Life Magazine and a current "bear" event promoter. "It doesn't matter where you come from, everybody deserves their shot at the American Dream."
About World Patent Marketing
World Patent Marketing is the world's fastest growing Patent and Inventor Services Company. World Patent Marketing specializes in offering high-quality and affordable patent services to inventors. The company and its employees are well known in the industry for knowledge and expertise in patent research, patent filings, patent searches, invention studies, utility patents, design patents, PCTs, European Union Patents, manufacturing, licensing and more. World Patent Marketing employs and contracts with over 350 people across four continents.
World Patent Marketing Achievements
World Patent Marketing is the only patent assistance company in history to be awarded a five star review rating from Consumer Affairs, Google, Trustpilot, Shopper Approved, Customer Lobby and ResellerRatings.com. World Patent Marketing has received accredited status and is an A Rated Member of the Better Business Bureau. World Patent Marketing is also a proud member of Dun and Bradstreet, the US Chamber of Commerce, the Association for Manufacturing Excellence, the International Licensing Industry Merchandisers' Association (LIMA), and the South Florida Chamber of Commerce.
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The appointment of Matthew G. Whitaker, former Iowa US Attorney and Republican candidate for United States Senate, to the company's advisory board. Whitaker was appointed June 15, 2004, by President George W. Bush. Whitaker resigned in November 2009 following the appointment and confirmation of Nicholas A. Klinefledt, who was appointed by President Barack Obama.