First Inventors LLC Hosts Regional Innovation Conference

First Inventors LLC is hosting a Mid-Atlantic Regional conference for inventors and innovators on May 14, 2011 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. This one-day conference from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. consists of various workshops and panels for inventors and entrepreneurs.

First Inventors President, William Haller, along with Richard Morley, angel investor in more than 100 high technology companies, will be a featured keynote speaker at this year’s conference. Morley will present at the Saturday conference on the process of developing innovative, high technology products.

“First Inventors is strongly committed to educating inventors and innovators on how to advance their ideas to commercialization,” said Haller. “Inventors often get stuck in their journey from idea to financial reward. Using our NextSTEPS program, we have found that taking progressive, logical steps with decision points can minimize an inventor’s risk and help them find the necessary issues that need to be addressed before continuing development.”

The conference will feature interactive panels with high impact speakers that have worked with solo inventors and businesses. Panels and speakers will be aimed at providing information for inventors on a variety of topics including financing, product positioning, web marketing, and intellectual property. Attendees are encouraged to come prepared with questions to challenge the panelists.

First Inventors is an invention consulting company that provides medium businesses, small business and independent inventors with a suite of services and educational tools focusing on both teaching and guiding the inventor through the critical first stages of invention and product development.

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