Authorities Recommending America Invents

Authorities Recommend America Invents

Top experts and bestselling authors
Refer America Invents as the best in the business.
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“Secrets From an Inventor’s Notebook” (2004) by Maurice Kanbar, innovator, philanthropist, founder of Skyy Vodka says, “America Invents is the developer of highly successful products,” page 171.

“Patent It Yourself” (2013) is the world’s bestselling patent book and author David Pressman says, “I know and have dealt with Mr. Seidel, who owns and runs America Invents for over 20 years. Bill and America Invents are completely honest and fair and a friend of the inventor and I recommend them in Patent It Yourself. America Invents is the only marketing company he refers, page 11/4.

“After another day in San Francisco with the President of America Invents, it’s obvious that this is one company that knows what it is doing when it comes to inventing, sales, branding, packaging, and the whole nine yards. Heck, with more household names and more success stories than I can count it’s easy to see why. They are the real deal. If you are looking for a way to jumpstart your product I suggest that you look at America Invents.” China Product Insider 2007

 “Think It, Build It, Sell It!” (2015) by entrepreneur and author Jonathan Cantin features a ten-page interview and says, “I’ve had some awesome interviews and they just keep getting better! I approached the President of America Invents to see if he was willing to answer my questions and as you can see, he blew it out of the park!”

“All I Need Is Money” (2006) by Jack Lander, the Inventor Mentor and columnist for Inventors’ Digest recommends us in two categories for Design, Prototyping, and Marketing, Licensing, chapter 12, pages 8 and 9.

“Secrets of Successful Inventing” (2014) by Edith G. Tolchin who is a writer, importing professional, and says, “America Invents is a licensing company with over 1.5 billion dollars in retail sales success.”

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