Ambassador Dell Dailey Urges World Patent Marketing CEO Scott J. Cooper To Discover Innovative Ways To Lighten The Load On US Infantry

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Ambassador Dell Dailey Meets With World Patent Marketing CEO Scott J. Cooper To Discuss Future of Military Innovations

World Patent Marketing CEO Scott J. Cooper and Ambassador Dell Dailey

World Patent Marketing CEO Scott J. Cooper and Ambassador Dell Dailey

“97% of patents don’t make a profit,” says Cooper. "If inventors are in a rush and they wish to protect their invention ideas, they should take a look at a provisional patent application. They could download the form directly off the US Patent and...

Last week, Ambassador Dell L. Dailey, a senior member of World Patent Marketing’s Advisory Board, sat down with Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing, for their quarterly meeting. They met to discuss several key topics: World Patent Marketing’s new Smart Product Building Initiative including the company’s 4 Pillars, new ways to reduce the weight on on soldiers in the battlefield, as well as the company's commitment to advancing and innovating new technologies to help fight the war on terror.

Cooper shocked the marketplace last month ago by announcing his new Smart Product Building Initiative. It marked a major shift in company strategy. The company will not be charging for "patent assistance" services anymore and will instead focus on its core competency, “Smart Product Building With Customer Intelligence.” World Patent Marketing will still help clients who are seeking patent assistance services but the service will be a complementary "add-on" and will be limited to simply referring the customer to a "best value" organization.

“97% of patents don’t make a profit,” says Cooper. "If inventors are in a rush and they wish to protect their invention ideas, they should take a look at a provisional patent application. They could download the form directly off the US Patent and Trademark Office website and pay the $65 fee An idea evolves as a product is developed. An inventor’s money and time should be be spent on developing an idea and discovering what consumers want as opposed to filing a patent application and praying for a licensing deal. It’s time for inventors to wise up and put the money where it counts."

After a lengthy discussion the two moved to the Betsy Hotel in South Beach to continue their meeting. With heavily armed security patrolling the area, Cooper and Dailey discussed ways to improve military technology. Ambassador Dailey pressed Cooper to develop new, innovative ways to lighten the load on our military.

“Today the average US soldier carries at least 60 pounds of gear, with an extended patrol often doubling that weight. Special Operations units can see totals much higher,” says Ambassador Dailey. ”Although protective gear, especially body armor, has improved dramatically in its effectiveness, even more weight reduction is desired. For example, the battlefield helmet needs continuous enhancements to defeat newly employed enemy munitions and protect our soldiers from head trauma. My goal is to use the “creative capital” at World Patent Marketing to advance this agenda.”

“In my opinion, the key to new infantry technology and innovations to help fight the war on terror lie in recent advances in materials technology,” says Cooper. “Graphene is the strongest and lightest material in the world but it still extremely difficult to work with. We have been working with different labs all over the world on ways to apply graphene to different applications. This has been no easy task but our commitment is there.”

ABOUT WORLD PATENT MARKETING

World Patent Marketing is always looking for new invention ideas. The company provides invention services and is one of the only invention companies that engineers and manufactures its own products. The company is broken into six operating divisions:

Patent Intelligence and Research * Prototypes and Manufacturing * Distribution and Retail * Digital Marketing and Social Media * Direct Response TV and Internet Video Production * Patent Licensing & Investments

As a global leader in the invention services industry, World Patent Marketing is by your side every step of the way, utilizing its capital and experience to guide the invention process towards a successful product launch.

World Patent Marketing Reviews enjoy an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau (World Patent Marketing BBB) and has earned five-star ratings from Google and consumer review sites such as Consumer Affairs, Trustpilot, Shopper Approved, Customer Lobby, ResellerRatings, My3Cents and World Patent Marketing Glassdoor.

The CEO of World Patent Marketing, Scott Cooper, is also a Director of The Cooper Idea Foundation is the founder of the New York Inventors Exchange and has also been a proud member of the National Association of Manufacturers, Duns and Bradstreet, the US Chamber of Commerce, the South Florida Chamber of Commerce, the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, the Association for Manufacturing Excellence and the Society of Plastics Engineers.

Those who are wondering how hard is it to get a patent or how much does it cost to patent an idea, should contact the invention marketing experts.

World Patent Marketing credits its invention success to it's powerful and influential advisory board and its controversial “shock content” approach to invention marketing. To submit invention ideas, contact World Patent Marketing at (888) 926-8174. Corporate headquarters located at 1680 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida 33139.

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