The UIA is a Federally Registered Non-Profit Educational Foundation. Our commitment is to provide educational resources to the inventing community, while encouraging honest and ethical business practices within the industry service providers.
According to the Inventor Protection Act of 1999, invention promotion companies must show “The number of consumers in the last five years who made more money in royalties than they paid to the company.
GWIIN was established in 1998 with initial events held in London & Singapore and has created a global platform highlighting women’s invention and innovation.
The Indiana Inventors Association is a not-for-profit organization serving inventor professionals who are interested in the innovation process.
The purpose of our association is to help serious inventors find the resources and direction to take their idea from concept to market.
IASCK is a not-for-profit organization, founded in 1997 for the purpose of fostering, promoting and encouraging the development and distribution to the public of useful inventions and discoveries.
The Inventors Association of Arizona (IAA) is a non-profit organization formed to educate, support and provide a centralized source of information for inventors at all levels.
The Tampa Bay Inventors council is a group of talented men and women inventors who network and support each other through semi-monthly meetings.
The Nevada Inventors Association will be the leading local forum for independent inventors to socialize and acquire education, assistance, and networking in the innovation process.
If you have ever had an idea and have been confused on where to begin then the ISSF is a great place to start. We provide a wealth of information to our members and the general public regarding all aspects the invention experience through its newsletters, website, speakers, etc.