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Jun 9 2009
8:00 AM
Hyatt Regency at Philadelphia's Penn's Landing, Philadelphia, PA

The national tour of the Innovation Roadshow stops in Philadelphia on June 9, providing a one-day workshop for local inventors to find out the fair market price for their ideas. The "antique roadshow for inventions" will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency at Philadelphia's Penn's Landing. Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney joins the American Society of Inventors and Entrepreneurs' Forum of Greater Philadelphia in supporting the event.

Innovation guru Doug Hall from ABC's "American Inventor" will teach entrepreneurs how to translate their idea or technology into a customer focused product or service description that can be easily understood by a businessperson who doesn't have scientific training. Inventors can then list their ideas, compliments of NIST/MEP, in the USA National Innovation Marketplace and receive a fact-based innovation research report and sales forecast that investors can understand in 60 seconds — based on the same sales forecasting methodology companies use to screen their internal innovations. The report answers the age old question "What's my idea worth?"

Registration for this event has closed.