Next Meeting Tuesday April 21, 2015

Topic- “Inventors’­ Present” Pitch Night


August2014SpeakerIf you are going to license or sell your product you need to know how to “perfect your pitch”. This is your opportunity. Sign up to present your product at April 21st meeting. Board Member, Steve Lyon, who is a successful licensee will give a brief overview of how to pitch your product.

How to keep it short and to the point.

Focus on the problem and solution of the product.

Other insightful ways to perfect your pitch

Licensing agreements & negotiating

We still have a few spots open if you want to present your idea. if interested, send Steve Lyon and email at [masked] and he will send you form to complete and scan back. We have a line-up of inventors and product developers that will present their refined product ideas to the meeting attendees.Presenters will have an opportunity to present their idea to a live audience. Each presenter will have 10 minutes to Pitch their Product.

Attendees will have a chance to see how inventors pitch their products.

After each product presentation we will have a feedback session where attendees will give feedback to the inventors on their idea.

This will be a fun, fast paced meeting with a lot of interaction and excitement.

Product presentations will be followed by our round table session where people can network with industry experts on subjects such as:

1. Patent Law

2. License v. Manufacture

3. Design & Engineering

4. 3D Printing & other prototyping techniques

5. Marketing, Sales and Distribution


Members: Free

Visitors: $15 (Prepay online @ or cash/check at meeting)

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Our meetings take place on the third Tuesday of each month.

The 5:30 PM Networking and 6:00 PM Meeting are held at:

Eisenhower Community Center,
1001 Highway 7, Hopkins, MN 55403.

5:30-6:00 check in and networking
6:00-7:30 keynote speaker
7:30-8:30 networking and roundtable discussions with industry experts.


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