JSU Newswire
Jacksonville, Alabama

Inventors To Gather
at Alabama Conference

JACKSONVILLE -- January 5, 2001 -- Inventors and experts from across the nation will be gathering on January 18 ­ 19, 2001 at The Alabama Conference for Inventors. The Conference, sponsored by the Jacksonville State University Center for Economic Development and Small Business Development Center, will be held at the City Meeting Center in Anniston, Alabama.

All inventors are welcomed and encouraged to attend the Conference which is aimed at helping to eliminate some of the barriers to successful inventing as well as providing inventors with good ideas for marketing their inventions. Experts will address a variety of topics--patents, how to evaluate an invention’s potential success, avoiding scams, pricing evaluation, Internet usage, licensing of inventions and much more!

Conference speakers include: Richard Apley from the U.S. Patent and Trademark office; Don Kelly of the American Academy of Science; Milissa Rick from the Wisconsin Innovation Service Center; Mark Davis and Bruce Koppenhoefer of Invent Alabama; David Day from the UAB Research Foundation; Greg Peterson and Margaret Kubiszyn from the law firm of Bradley, Arant, Rose and White; Joe Paxton of the UAH Research Center; Andrew Wohrley of the Auburn University Library; and Giles McDaniel of the Northeast Alabama Entrepreneurial Center.

The conference fee is $99 per participant and includes lunch, breaks, and conference materials. The deadline for registration is Monday, January 15, 2001. For more information about the conference call (256) 782-5324 or (256) 782-5271.


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