InventHelp® Launches New Website for Inventors

InventHelp, America’s largest inventor service company, has launched a new website this week to highlight the company’s inventor services and continue to offer resources to inventors.

InventHelp®, known for iconic commercials featuring the prehistoric InventHelp caveman chipping at the wheel, is excited to launch a more user- and inventor-friendly site. “Our site is already known as a resource for inventors, but now it’s easier to use and has a great new look,” said InventHelp® President Robert Susa.

The new website features client inventor stories and testimonial videos, access to blogs and details about InventHelp’s partnerships with organizations like the Electronic Retailing Association. The site also features a section on INPEX®, the largest trade show in the United States for inventors, which InventHelp® sponsors.

Inventors can use the site to locate the closest InventHelp® sales office in the area, as well as read more about the services the company offers. Additionally, there is a section of the site designed specifically for companies that are seeking new products for license or manufacture. Companies interested in seeing clients’ inventions and new products can register on the site for the InventHelp® Data Bank at no charge.

The redesigned website also directs consumers looking to purchase new products to the official InventHelp Store, a website that showcases innovative new products invented by InventHelp clients.         

In business since 1984, InventHelp® is America’s largest inventor service company, with more than 60 sales offices in the U.S., Canada and abroad. InventHelp® also holds INPEX®, America’s Largest Invention Show.

For more information, visit: www.inventhelp.com

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