Can Your Invention Become a Brand?

April 6th, 2016 by InventionHome | 0 Comments

As an inventor, no doubt you feel that you have created a better product which you believe that consumers need. But have you given any thought to your invention iShowOnline? Products are made to fulfill a consumer’s “needs”. They perform […]

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Who Will Manufacture Your Invention?

April 1st, 2016 by InventionHome | 0 Comments

To iShowOnline, ultimately all products must be manufactured. However that doesn’t mean that you need to be the one to manufacture your invention. There are 3 ways to take an invention to market that you can consider, and then decide […]

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2016 Response Expo: Inventor Tables Still Available

April 1st, 2016 by InventionHome | 0 Comments

There are only a few tables still open in the “Inventor Pavilion” at the upcoming 2016 Response Expo. The event (April 26-28, 2016 in San Diego) is the premier trade show for the Direct Response Television (DRTV) industry. Invention Home […]

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Did you know? Umbrellas were not originally used for rainy days

April 1st, 2016 by InventionHome | 0 Comments

Did you know? Umbrellas have only been used for rain protection for a few hundred years, and were previously used strictly for sun protection or as a fashion statement. With April coming, you’re bound to hear the phrase “April showers […]

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2016 Hardware Show Inventors Spotlight: Booth Space Still Available

March 1st, 2016 by InventionHome | 0 Comments

There are a few booth spaces still open in the “Inventors Spotlight” at the upcoming National Hardware Show. The show (May 4-6, 2016 in Las Vegas) is the premier event for home improvement and DIY markets. Don’t let the word […]

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Did you know: The man who invented the stop sign couldn’t drive

March 1st, 2016 by InventionHome | 0 Comments

The man who invented the stop sign, the pedestrian crosswalk, the traffic circle, the one-way street, the taxi stand, and pedestrian safety islands, never learned how to drive. William Phelps Eno was an American businessman responsible for many of the […]

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TODAY’s Next Big Thing – Calling all mompreneurs!

February 23rd, 2016 by InventionHome | 0 Comments

InventionHome has teamed with QVC and TODAY to search for innovative products for an upcoming series called TODAY’s Next Big Thing. For almost 30 years, discovery, entrepreneurship, and storytelling have been at the heart of QVC®. We are committed to […]

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“As Seen on TV” Inventions Wanted for 2016 Response Expo

February 4th, 2016 by InventionHome | 0 Comments

Do you have the next As Seen on TV hit product? Find out at the 2016 Response Expo, one of the best trade shows for inventors in the Direct Response Television (DRTV) industry. Event attendees will include DRTV professionals who […]

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10 Tips for Landing Your First Royalty Deal

February 4th, 2016 by InventionHome | 12 Comments

  What does it mean to license your invention for royalties?  If you are not familiar with the term “license”, think of it as a way of renting your invention as opposed to selling your invention. A iShowOnline is when […]

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Did you know: The chocolate chip cookie was invented by accident

February 3rd, 2016 by InventionHome | 0 Comments

In 1930, Ruth Wakefield was mixing a batch of cookies for her roadside inn guests when she ran out of baker’s chocolate. She substituted broken pieces of Nestle’s semi-sweet chocolate, expecting it to melt and absorb into the dough. However, […]

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