Innovation Enterprise Conference - For Inventors

I am pleased to announce the Innovation Enterprise 2010 Conference, in Macon, GA, November 15-17, 2010.

The purpose of the Innovation Enterprise 2010 Conference is to help inventors who have developed solutions to current military needs. The organizers of the conference have a government contract to find and develop these solutions.

Normally, it is almost impossible to get your invention presented to the government. Even if you do, the red tape associated with dealing with the government causes most inventors to shy away from this option. However, with this conference, most of this hassle has been removed.

This conference is not a conference seeking your money. In fact, it is just the opposite. If the government sees application of your invention, they will even pay to assist you patent your idea. By paying for development of your invention, they simply are securing the rights to use the idea. However, you are still free to commercialize your idea. In fact, the government encourages you to do so.

Apart from the conference, inventors will have the opportunity to showcase their invention to high ranking government / military personnel as well as commercial technology seekers. If you have an invention that you would like to present to the government / military, this is your golden opportunity. High ranking government / military personnel as well as commercial technology seekers will be there to view / assess potential application of inventions.

I will be there to assist those inventors whose inventions also have a non-military application appropriate for the private sector. Either way you go, this should be a great conference for inventors.

For more information, please visit the conference website at:

Ron Docie, Sr. is President of Docie Marketing and Docie Development. He is the author of The Inventor's Bible, How to Market and License Your Brilliant Ideas, and has successfully commercialized new products and technology for himself and his inventor clients for over three decades.

Oct 26, 2010
by Anonymous


You what would be someone could give a challenge and it was a competion to see who could solve it...with their invention..