For Immediate Release: February 2nd 2006                                            

For further information contact:
Deb Hess , Director 1-800-468-3681


Inventing Success Seminarstm will be featured at the 49th annual Minnesota Inventors Congress Showcase in Redwood Falls on June 9, 10 and 11, 2006. Inventing Success Seminarstm is an opportunity for inventors to exhibit their invention and receive feedback from the public. This is a test market exposition to serve the inventor.  Throughout the three day event US Patent and Trademark Office, US Small Business Administration and SCORE representatives; patent attorneys; manufacturers; consultants and successful inventors will be at the congress to educate inventors about taking a marketable invention through the product development process.

Seminars are conducted on June 9 and June 10 on topics relating to all phases of the inventing process.  Advice will be provided on how to do a preliminary patent search.  Product scouts will explain how an inventor makes the decision to manufacture or license their product.  The Wisconsin Innovative Center will guide you through a realistic market assessment.  All inventors or prospective inventors are encouraged to attend these seminars. According to Deb Hess , the MIC Executive Director, One of our goals at the Minnesota Inventors Congress is to help inventors understand that the best investment they can make at the beginning is the importance of being an educated inventor.

     The Minnesota Inventors Congress, a private, non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization, provides inventors with resources to continue the inventing process.  The congress has an excellent track record in helping inventors and works with agencies and businesses dedicated to serving inventors.