Saturday, September 29, 2018

InventHelp Clients Appear with George Foreman in New Commercial

InventHelp is pleased to announce they have released a new commercial featuring six clients and company partner George Foreman. This is the first commercial of its kind for the leading inventor services company.

The inventors flew from all over the country to the commercial shoot in Los Angeles, CA, where they met George Foreman and told him about their experience with InventHelp. The new commercial highlights the clients' testimonials, InventHelp's services and benefits, and their points of pride, including 35 years of experience in the invention industry.

"It was very inspiring to hear the stories of these everyday inventors," said George Foreman. "They really believe in their ideas and I'm proud that InventHelp has been able to assist them. I'll always remember meeting with them and hearing their stories."

Each inventor had a unique invention and story to tell.

Brian of Exeter, CA is the inventor of the FanBlade Cleaner, a product that helps homeowners clean their ceiling fans by slipping it on and off the blades, catching the dust. Brian has inventory of his product and it was added to the mail order catalog company Starcrest Products of California and is also available for sale on Amazon. InventHelp George Foreman


Ann Marie, from Long Island, NY, is the inventor of Sink Out of Sight. It is a screen that slides over your kitchen sink to hide dirty dishes. Ann Marie used InventHelp's patent referral services and received a patent for her invention.


Greg of Campbell, CA is the inventor of Square It Up Baseball. His invention helps baseball players find the "sweet spot" on a baseball bat. Greg used InventHelp's patent referral services and received a patent for his invention.


Tim, from Cornelius, NC, is the inventor of Nite Hoops, a glow-in-the-dark basketball net that allows players to shoot hoops even at night. Tim used InventHelp's patent referral services and received a patent for his invention. Tim has inventory of his product and it is available on Amazon.


Sam of Maynard, TX is the inventor of Cord Unite. His invention allows two extension cords to be connected and protected from water or impact, especially on a worksite. Sam used InventHelp's patent referral services and received a patent for his invention. InventHelp also created a prototype for him.


Cheryl, from Irvine, CA, is the inventor of Arrange It Once. Cheryl is an interior designer and her invention is a series of actual-size templates that helps homeowners to determine how to place heavy furniture without moving it multiple times.

Making a Success of Your Invention with InventHelp

Our move into the digital age has been made possible partly because of these inventions and the thought of a world without the technology we have become so reliant on doesn’t bear thinking about. But imagine if those people who invented the tech of today had simply shrugged off their invention or creation as a bad idea and not bothered to pursue it.

If you have an idea or invention, the worst thing you can do is pass it off as a bad idea without delving into it further. Of course, you may simply be nervous because you have no idea what to do or where to go with your idea, but that problem is easily solved by speaking to the experts at InventHelp. With the assistance of these professionals, you can get your idea or invention of the ground with far greater ease and you can look forward to seeing it become a huge success.

Let InventHelp Turn Your Invention into a Commercial Success

If you do have an idea or invention, it is important to give it plenty of consideration before you write it off, as it could just be the next big thing. If you do not have any experience and have no idea what to do next, you don’t have to worry. There are experts such as those at InventHelp than can help to turn your ideal into a product that enjoys enormous commercial success. Of course, it is important to patent an invention before someone else claims that the idea was theirs or tries to copy you, as otherwise, you could find yourself the victim of intellectual property theft. However, this is something that industry experts will be able to assist you with along with a range of other important things.

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Starting And Developing A Student App Idea

For every great idea, there is a great app… At least, in this 21st century. While the same cannot be said for every consumer business such as restaurants or retail, it is useful when the idea improves or adds convenience to daily lives. One example of this are communications apps that allow users to send data, share documents and even location. It has helped build a closer world with instantaneous responses. https://blogs.iu.edu/iutech/2018/04/09/starting-a-student-app/

Drones: The Future of Taxis and Transportations?

This has generated interest amongst the aviation industry, with companies that want to be part of Uber’s exciting new vision developing VTOL aircrafts faster than ever. One that stands out is Carter Aviation Technologies and their partner, Mooney. They have begun developing vehicles which are capable of holding up to six passengers. The CEO, Jay Carter, has drawn attention to its patented “slowed rotor compound design” that allows it to cruise at 175 mph and hovers much efficiently. The vehicle also includes a high-inertia main rotor which is more or less a safety net that provides directional control in event of an emergency. https://campuspress.yale.edu/tribune/drones-the-future-of-taxis-and-transportations/

InventHelp Caveman Commercials

A montage of InventHelp's caveman commercials, from Cavey's discovery of the wheel to his humorously accidental invention of the unicycle. Commercials aired nationally for InventHelp. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5620tI5nms