Ottawa, Ontario, January 12, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Greg Waite, CEO of InventionShare, announced today that InventionShare’s portfolio of inventions featuring Circuit Seed - digital circuits processing analog that are low power, scalable, reusable, 20 bit resolution, completely linear, high sensitivity and with a wide frequency range - were a hit with many major electronics, semi-conductor, sensor, telephone and technology companies attending the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
InventionShare represents game changing inventions with huge social impact on people and planet. They are from mature inventors who are truly savants and have such a unique education and multidisciplinary history that they can solve problems from a completely different perspective with a completely different approach. In doing so, their inventions not only have technical disruption but also business model disruption. InventionShare invests the expertise and capital into these important inventions and then takes them to market on behalf of the various inventors.
CES 2017 was a significant event and is the world's gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technology. No other event in North America can give this depth of exposure and reach in the electronics field. That's why we needed to be there.
Keith Taylor, Vice President of Licensing
Mr. Waite said, “We accelerate people and planet impacts by taking these incredibly valuable invention families to very large companies that are constantly trying to refuel their innovation engine. We provide them with a route that is much faster and materially more profitable than high priced acquisitions of mature companies. That’s why the CES show in Las Vegas is an ideal fit, as there are several high-profile companies attending and we get to talk with them all in one place.”
InventionShare’s process is to take 'too good to be true' and de-risk the inventions so that they are 'too true to be ignored'. Through that process, InventionShare can unveil many vertical and horizontal applications for the invention families that map onto major licensing opportunities. In some cases, the company will identify valuable opportunities where the inventions really shine and, arguably, merit spinning new company opportunities in partnership with large companies as either funders or customers. Mr. Waite said inventions and the acceleration of adoption are key for global impact. InventionShare’s unique business model is a win-win for all involved.
Mr. Keith Taylor, V.P. of Licensing, was present at CES, where 177,393 gathered from around the globe to experience technology innovation spanning 2.47 million net square feet of exhibit space. Mr. Taylor said, “CES 2017 was a significant event and is the world's gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technology. No other event in North America can give this depth of exposure and reach in the electronics field. That’s why we needed to be there. We had key meetings with over 25 companies and discussed Circuit Seed, InventionShare and our portfolio of inventions. It was a great show - and great for InventionShare."
InventionShare is a unique invention equity company that accelerates the global adoption of socially responsible game changing inventions to the benefit of inventors, companies, people and planet.
InventionShare has been working with inventors who not only have game-changing inventions but who can make a significant difference to people and the planet, while offering investors significant returns over the life of the invention.
For more details on InventionShare and its portfolio of game-changing inventions, see www.inventionshare.com. For information in regards to product development, partnering or licensing and for any special projects, contact: Keith Taylor, Vice President Acquisition & Licensing, email@example.com or (613) 225-7236 Ext. 105
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