He Did It! Damien Just Licensed 7 Ideas

To One Company!

“With deep gratitude I acknowledge the importance of the inventRight program
in my success. Thanks inventRight team for your infectious enthusiasm for
licensing, you are the best investment for inventors who want to make money
with their creations.” – Damien T.

International Student Damien - Canada

Marco From Canada

Licensed His Idea

"I have Stephen Key to thank for teaching me how
to successfully license The HEFT. The HEFT is now
in over 1,000 stores across Canada." — Marco L.

Craig

Licensed His Idea

The LockJaw Ladder Grip

International Student Craig - Australia

"Thanks for all your assistance which was fundamental
in pulling the agreement terms together." — Craig C.

Scott's Squigz™ Remain The

Number One

Best Selling Toy at Fat Brain
Toys for Christmas 2015.

"Never doubt the influence and impact of your efforts Stephen.
Here’s another feather for your cap. Forever grateful
my friend." — Scott Baumann

Congratulations Keith

Another Hit Product

Veggie Bites Voted Editor's Pick 2015

"My products are flying off the shelves. Thanks Stephen
for teaching me the path to success." – Keith M.

Ryan's As-Seen-On-TV Product

Is A Huge Hit!

Over 63 Million Views Online

"I'm kicking myself for not finding inventright years ago.
I can't believe I ever attempted this on my own!" – Ryan

Miguel Raised Over

$460,000 For
His Product

On Kickstarter & Signed A Licensing Agreement!

If you're and idea maker, a tinkerer, an inventor, and don't know how to take
your idea to the next level, Stephen's course along with the
mentoring will be key in your success. – Miguel V.

Steve Katsaros Used
What He Learned To Start

Nokero Solar

I highly recommend that entrepreneurs learn the
10 step inventright system because it greatly
reduces the risk and accelerates the path from
idea to product. — Steve Katsaros

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Andrew Krauss

Andrew was born and raised in California’s Silicon Valley, where he grew up being surrounded by passionate innovators—and what he identified early on as an unhealthy obsession with venture capital. When he discovered licensing, it was like a light bulb went off. “Everyone gets excited about raising money,” he said. “But licensing is much more sexy!” For one, there’s so much less financial risk—and yet still so much opportunity. He got excited about teaching inventors how to harness the power of open innovation and continues to be as excited, if not more, today.

As the day-to-day manager of inventRight’s operations for over thirteen years and its head coach, Andrew has seen it all—and coached inventors through it. “At this point, our students have experienced every scenario you can possibly imagine,” he said. “Whether it’s communicating with a company that has never licensed an idea from an outside inventor before or signing a multi-million dollar deal, we’ve done it.” He continues to be inspired by the opportunity to work with people who are not only passionate about their ideas, but also committed to making money from them.

He began coaching inventors over fourteen years ago as the President of the Inventors’ Alliance group in the San Francisco Bay Area. Andrew grew Inventors’ Alliance into one of the most active and well-established associations in the inventors’ community across the country. His expertise in the field of innovation was federally recognized when he was asked to advise the last president council on what changes could be made to the United States Patent and Trademark Office to better serve independent inventors. He has also been featured on National Public Radio’s Science Friday and as a licensing expert at USPTO conferences.

Several years ago, spurred by the feeling that the Bay Area was getting just a little too crowded, Andrew moved to Henderson, Nevada with his wife, where they are raising their daughter.

“Every day someone tells us how much we’ve helped them, and that means the world to me.”



Here are are just a few of the successful Inventors and companies Andrew has hosted over his many years of helping inventors through Inventors Alliance.

George Coakley – Strategic Marketing Consultant
Coakley-Heagerty financed, promoted, and assisted in the marketing of the legendary "Pet Rock" gift product in 1975. It was judged by Life Magazine as one of the top ten merchandising ideas of the 70's.
David Kappos – Director  of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Colin Roche – Inventor of the Pen Again
Colin and his company were featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal with a full page color spread (which is unheard of).
Chuck Taylor – Inventor And VP of Product Development and Design for The Sharper Image
Chuck registered dozens of patents (with The Sharper Image as the assignee) during 15 years at the lab, before retiring to Florida to spend time on his sailboat, aptly named Ironic Breeze.
David Small – Founder of STM(Shoot The Moon). An Invention Company Founded In 1991
Over $1 Billion in sales. Over 100 licensed products. David Small knows how to bring ideas to market! He licensed ideas to mega giants such as Fisher-Price, Mattel, Hasbro, Kinex, Wham-o and others.
Todd Basche – Founder of Wordlock, Inc.
Todd has taken his Wordlock idea and now has his product in 12,000 stores around the world.
Alan Adler – Inventor of Aerobie
His Aerobie Pro flying ring holds the world record for the farthest thrown object.
Warren Tuttle – Successful Inventor Responsible For Bring SmartSpin (Top Selling Infomercial Product of 2005) to market.
David Pressman – Patent Attorney and Author Of The Best Selling Book “Patent It Yourself”.
Several QVC and Home Shopping Network agents have shared how get your new product ideas on QVC and HSN TV shopping channels over the years.

 

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At inventright, we believe that inventors need to be in charge of their own destiny. This is why we emphasize education so strongly. We want to empower our students to continue licensing their invention ideas for years to come after they graduate from our yearlong course.

 

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