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Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1622
Columbus, OH 43216
A non-profit volunteer group assisting inventors and innovators to guide their next steps from inception to commercialization of their ideas
Based in Columbus, Ohio
Ritty, a Dayton resident, developed the first cash register in 1878.
An Ohio inventor of the first successful hand-powered dishwasher, patented in 1886, constructed with the help of mechanic George Butters.
Kettering and his team invented the first automobile self-starter in 1911, one of over 300 patents he held.
His most notable inventions were a gas mask (1914) used in a construction rescue, and the first 3-way traffic light (1923).
Then And Now
Inventing In Ohio
Inventing is a complicated process, from conceptualizing, prototyping, financing, manufacturing, marketing, commercializing, selling. We have members that have experience and expertise in all phases. We’ve been there!
Many notable inventors and inventions were from Ohio, and Ohio continues to produce innovators with tremendous potential to better society. Inventors Network is here to help.
“Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration.”
Memberships with Inventors Network
Information about the invention process, all in one place
Hear It Straight From Our Members
Check out some of the success stories our members have experienced
Inventors Network Meetings
Every 2nd Thursday of the month, 7:00pm
“The Point” at Otterbein University
60 Collegeview Rd.
Westerville, OH 43081
Some topics include:
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Here's What We Covered At Our Last Meeting
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Speak At a Meeting
Apply to be a featured speaker, or be a member
presenter and describe your invention to the group to
get valuable, confidential feedback to aid your process.
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If you have a service or product for inventors and want to spread the word, consider sponsoring an event or becoming an annual sponsor. You can present your service/product, explain what it does and how it is used. If you are a company looking for new products to make, license or sell, consider becoming a sponsor, as well. Besides aiding the inventor community, your sponsorship can be an advertising/marketing tool for your business.