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InventHelp
InventHelp Caveman logo
Slogan The Invent Help People
Type Private Company
Founded 1984
Headquarters Template:Country data US Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Key people Robert Susa, President
Products Invention Submission
Patent Referrals
3D Prototyping
Employees Green Arrow Up.svg 200[1] (2010)
Subsidiaries INPEX Invention Show
Intromark Incorporated
Contact 217 9th Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
412.288.1300
Web: InventHelp.com
Reference Latitude: 40.443325
Longitude: -79.998069


InventHelp® is an inventor service company headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. InventHelp has sales offices in more than 60 cities in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Australia, South Korea and Germany. The company attempts to submit clients' invention ideas to industry for review. InventHelp also offers patent referral services and invention prototyping packages. InventHelp's sister company, Intromark Incorporated, works with companies that may be interested in licensing or acquiring rights to InventHelp clients' invention ideas.

InventHelp also holds the largest inventor trade show in the United States – the annual INPEX Invention & New Product Exposition. The show, which started in 1986, brings inventors together with industry representatives in one convenient forum. Companies such as Clorox, Tupperware, Ronco, Johnson & Johnson, Skymall, Church & Dwight, Procter & Gamble, and numerous others have conducted private product reviews at INPEX to search for ideas to add to their existing product lines.

InventHelp and its employees are heavily involved in community service projects around the Pittsburgh, PA headquarters. Each year, InventHelp employees participate in such functions as the Komen Race for the Cure, holiday food drives for the Salvation Army, Toys for Tots, Make-A-Wish, and blood drives for the Central Blood Bank.[2]


InventHelp Services

Invention Submission

InventHelp attempts to submit inventors' ideas to companies in the hope of obtaining a good-faith review. InventHelp maintains a private Data Bank companies that have agreed to review InventHelp clients' inventions in confidence. The companies in the Data Bank range from small to large in size and cover a variety of fields.

Invention Prototype Models

For inventors who do not have prototypes or working models of their inventions, InventHelp offers a 3D Prototype Model package. The process begins with a CAD drawing of the invention, which is then used as a blueprint for constructing a three-dimensional model on state-of-the-art 3D printers. Though InventHelp 3D prototype models are not fully functional, they provides reasonably accurate physical representations of clients' inventions.

Virtual Invention Prototype (VIP)

The Virtual Invention Prototype is a computer-generated 3D model of an invention on CD-ROM. It enables the invention to be viewed from all sides and rotated 360° at the click of a mouse. InventHelp's Virtual Invention Prototype also shows the invention's advantages, features and market information.

Patent Referral Services

InventHelp refers clients to registered patent attorneys or agents, who, if retained by the clients, can either perform preliminary U.S. patentability search and opinions, or can prepare and prosecute U.S. patent applications. Due to the volume of work that InventHelp refers to patent attorneys and agents, InventHelp clients are able to obtain very low rates for patent services.


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