Interview: United States Patent and Trademark Office Inventors Conference November 4-5 on Got Invention Radio

Interview Part 1

Interview Part 2

Interview Part 3

Interview Part 4

Learn more about what the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s upcoming conference November 4th and 5th all about on our show tonight! We will have the USPTO’s Deputy Director of the Office of Patent Legal Administration, Elizabeth Dougherty and several of the Keynote Speakers give our listeners a preview of the opportunity for inventors to attend to the conference and to give some insight on the topics to be discussed within the 4 segments of Got Invention Radio as follows:

Segment 1: USPTO’s Deputy Director of the Office of Patent Legal Administration, Elizabeth Dougherty
Elizabeth will talk about the resources available at the USPTO to inventors and specifically talk about the upcoming 15th Annual Independent inventors conference
Segment 2: USPTO Keynote speaker Louis Foreman, Founder and and Chief Executive of Enventys
Louis will talk a bit about what his presentation at the conference will cover. How all inventors have great ideas, but what are the next steps to consider?
Segment3: USPTO Keynote speaker George A. Peters, Jr., successful inventor of The Mitt and What Now
George wants to share some of his successes and failures and what he has learned about launching his products
Segment 4: USPTO Keynote Speaker Ken Bloemer – Executive Director of Department of Commerce’s National Innovation marketplace
Ken brings a unique opportunity to all inventors attending the conference with pending or patented technology to participate in an additional workshop Friday evening that is educational and interactive and will ultimately generate a market research report for the participant at no cost.
About our guests:
• Elizabeth Dougherty, Deputy Director, Office of Patent Legal Administration, USPTO
• Louis Foreman, Founder and Chief Executive of Enventys and prolific inventor
• George A. Peters, Jr., successful inventor of “The Mitt” and “What Now”
• Ken Bloemer, Executive Director of Department of Commerce’s National Innovation Marketplace