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We are a new product development and marketing firm focused on helping inventors and entrepreneurs through the difficult process of bringing their products to market. Our mission is to be the industry’s most successful invention development and licensing company for inventors.

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$10,000 or more

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What Makes Us Different?

Lowest cost/highest quality invention design, development and patenting service in the industry. Most prestigeous and successful licensing firm in the U.S.

All improvements in human welfare are due to new technology, new ideas, and new inventions. Consequently, enormous sums are spent pursuing new product innovation. Independent inventors are the driving force in developing improvements to existing products. Corporations have large and small R&D departments that develop more sophisticated technology. Universities regularly deliver new advancements in science and engineering. However, acute skepticism and risk avoidance has delayed or killed thousands of potentially valuable products.

Bringing an invention to market is like finding a path through a minefield. Each year, millions of people invent new products. Approximately 10% are worth evaluating and 5% of those are considered exceptional inventions. Some products will succeed in the marketplace, but the vast majority will not. Determining which inventions will succeed is the challenge.All improvements in human welfare are due to new technology, new ideas, and new inventions. Consequently, enormous sums are spent pursuing new product innovation. Independent inventors are the driving force in developing improvements to existing products. Corporations have large and small R&D departments that develop more sophisticated technology. Universities regularly deliver new advancements in science and engineering. However, acute skepticism and risk avoidance has delayed or killed thousands of potentially valuable products.

Bringing an invention to market is like finding a path through a minefield. Each year, millions of people invent new products. Approximately 10% are worth evaluating and 5% of those are considered exceptional inventions. Some products will succeed in the marketplace, but the vast majority will not. Determining which inventions will succeed is the challenge.