InventHelp is a leading inventor service firm, established in 1984. InventHelp employs more than 100 people at our headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which include researchers, illustrators, writers as well as customer service representatives and other staff. InventHelp maintains the largest network of regional sales offices of any similar firm: 60+ cities in the US, Canada, Germany and Australia.
InventHelp has made its corporate headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for over thirty years. They can assist you in trying to submit your inventions or new product ideas to industry. InventHelp can also refer you to an independent licensed patent attorney to provide a preliminary patent search and opinion. Based on the opinion, the attorney may then help prepare and file a US patent application for the idea with the US Patent and Trademark Office. InventHelp George Foreman
Submit Inventions to Industry InventHelp can submit your idea to companies in the hope of obtaining a good faith review. InventHelp packages your invention professionally and prepares a submission brochure. Sources for submission include but are not limited to the InventHelp Data Bank.
Registered Companies in the InventHelp Data Bank These companies have agreed to review our client inventions in confidence. Companies registered in the InventHelp Data Bank cover a variety of fields and range in size from small to large corporations. The majority of our registrants are small to medium size companies. We are not aware of any other inventor services firm that has access to a similar Data Bank.
InventHelp Attends Trade Shows InventHelp attends a number of trade shows where it uses professional displays to try to establish new contacts and Data Bank registrants for InventHelp. Please note that InventHelp does not normally display individual inventions at trade shows. Please feel free to view a list of trade shows that we will be attending this year.
Publicity Efforts InventHelp will prepare a publicity release announcing the availability of your invention idea but not disclosing its working details. Your publicity release is submitted to trade publications and other media, and it is also submitted through an online publicity distribution service.