Free Inventor's Community Launched
August 03, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsThe team behind the inventionMail.com site have experience in web-development, business development and management, marketing (both online and offline) and the development of ideas, from concept to market.
Having been through this process ourselves, making plenty of mistakes along the way, we found that there was little support available and that inventors did not have one unified community in which to learn, share their knowledge and contacts, manage and promote their inventions and work together. We knew there were already a lot of 'invention promotion' companies out there and far too many of these seemed to offer little value to the inventor, with extremely rare examples of anyone actually getting any benefit for their bucks.
Let's make this absolutely clear:
We do not provide patent services, directly market your invention, find investment for you, etc.
Ok, now that is out of the way, let's say what the inventionMail website aims to provide:
InventionMail.com is your community. It relies on the members of the community bringing their knowledge, experience, skills, contacts and expertise to the table. Whether you are successful, not quite there yet or have just started on the road, all inventors have something they can contribute. Perhaps through trial and error you have learned good ways to do get things done, or you might have made good contacts for building prototypes in specific areas of innovation, or maybe as an inventor you have skills and knowledge that could form the basis of a truly productive partnership with another member of the community. Maybe you work in a certain industry where you know something that would sell by the bucket load - while you might not be able to develop it, you might find another member who can develop it for a fee or in partnership. Some of you will have already worked with good service suppliers, so invite them to be part of the community.
As the developers of your community, we are open to suggestions from our members about how they wish their community site to develop. If you have an idea for a new feature or perhaps a way that something could work better then simply let us know and we will do our best for you. The forum has a section for exactly these issues.
Aside from the ongoing development of your community website, we are also working hard to bring the resources, companies and individuals that you need to the table. Investors, attorneys, design and development agencies, business developers, etc, are all welcome to bring their knowledge and services to the community.
Best of all, this community is free - manage your projects, discuss issues in the forum, upload video presentations of your prototypes, market your idea or product and much more. Join us now and become part of the inventor's community at www.inventionmail.com