How to license your invention
This “Must See” video explains the critical steps that every inventor must understand in order to license their invention for royalties. Don’t miss this video.
Bring your idea to life w/ virtual design
Show prospective companies how your idea will look as a real productand increase your chance of success with a great first impression!
Meet InventionHome’s President
InventionHome president Russell Williams on the ‘Pittsburgh Today Live’ show discussing the DRTV Product Summit with host, Kristine Sorensen.
InventionHome Product Hunts Event
InventionHome brings six (6) of the industry's leading "As Seen On TV" companies together for one-day inventor pitch events to license inventions.
Success Example: Bake-a-Bone
This video shows the Bake-a-Bone selling on the Home Shopping Network, an example of InventionHome’s licensing success.
Success Example: Bundle Buddy
Here is a video for an InventionHome licensed product, Bundle Buddy - a great and convenient solution for safely securing items in a car.
eBooks & Brochures
Landing a big deal and collecting royalty checks from their invention is what every inventor is striving to accomplish. This book outlines the steps to get your invention through the patent and invention process.
The patent goes to the first person to file - speed matters. Inventing success starts with filing a patent application on the idea. Learn the basics of filing your application.
This eBook will help you understand the key components to include in your license agreement. If you are an InventionHome customer, we handle the process and contract for you.
Learn all about what we do at InventionHome to help inventors like you profit from their idea.
The Caution Clip
The Caution Clip is a reusable clip with an attached safety flag that can be secured onto a variety of products that over hang or extend past the back of a vehicle or truck bed. Grade school friends, Keith Nielson, Kevin Vann and Tommy Hills, filed their patent and continued to tweak prototypes of their design until they were satisfied with the design. Once confident in their prototype, they began calling companies looking to license their newly created product. They spent a lot of time contacting and researching companies that would be a good fit for the Caution Clip.
“Licensing is not an easy thing to do. We made a lot of cold calls, but would never get called back by any companies,”Read More
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