Inventiv was founded in 2019 to help inventors all over the world in better understanding and using intellectual property (IP) rights as a tool of economic growth and development.
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What We Do
Our focus has been on providing assistance to individual inventors so that they may most effectively use internationally harmonized legal tools for their own benefit. Our programs provided training for the commercialization of new ideas and inventions, protecting and maximizing protection for innovators, and state of the art mechanisms and software to develop IP for inventors.
We delivered on our original goals with the creation of our free patenting tools and software to guide inventors in filing for patent protection. Inventors all over the world now have modern technology and resources to benefit from global intellectual property rights laws, and inventors are active participants in global trade in the products of the mind. We now turned our attention to providing continuing education and localization of our free resources and software to inventors in both developed and developing countries who seek to understand and participate in the evolving, global intellectual property system of the 21st Century.