Inventor and licensing mentor Stephen Key is the keynote speaker at Inventors Conference 2010: The Power of Connections, Kentucky’s largest conference for inventors and entrepreneurs, to be held on Tuesday, October 12th, 2010 at the Central Public Library in downtown Lexington KY. For more information about attending this conference, visit www.ckic.org.
Stephen has licensed more than 20 products over the last 30 years, holds more than 13 patents, and is co-founder of InventRight. He has frequently appeared on national television, including The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch and as a guest on Dr. Phil.
This year’s Inventors Conference 2010: The Power of Connections, is the largest event of it’s kind in Kentucky and surrounding states. The conference is designed to help the inventor and entrepreneur both discover and connect to the tools needed to take their idea and carry it to a profitable invention or business. This event is free and open to the public.
The Inventors Conference is your opportunity to both see and show interesting and amazing inventions, plus a chance to connect with and learn from other successful inventors and entrepreneurs.
This event gives you the rare opportunity to see what great innovators from all over Kentucky and elsewhere have developed. You’ll also want to hear the valuable training presentations, custom-designed for inventors and entrepreneurs, all for FREE.
Here is just some of what will be featured at Inventors Conference 2010:
- Learn from the real inventors who have done it – as they share their stories of what they did to go from an idea to a real invention.
- Connect with the right resources and information with special presentations from the Small Business Development Center, the Central Public Library and the Central KY Inventors Council.
- See the exhibit area, featuring inventors and innovators with their actual inventions, plus the companies that specialize in many of the tools that can help inventors and entrepreneurs become successful.
- Hear the stories of the ups and downs of the invention process; information that can help you to avoid the pitfalls and move forward toward an invention that makes money.
“The difference between a live wire and a dead one is connections” said Don Skaggs, President of the CKIC, “And this conference will give inventors a chance to connect with the people and tools needed to be a success”. For more information contact the CKIC at 859-201-1311 or www.ckic.org/contactus.html