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Louis Foreman
Product Development and Innovation Expert

Louis Foreman is a prolific inventor, product developer, innovation enthusiast and small business entrepreneur. In 20 years, Louis has created nine successful startups and has been directly responsible for the creation of more than 20 others. In recent years, he’s been called upon by Congress to share his point of view on patent reform, by USA Today for commentary on entrepreneurship and often to address schools and universities to propel the advancement of innovation for all ages. Louis J. Foreman's Bio 2014

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Keynote Speaker- How to Invent Series on Capitol Hill

August 15th   12 to 1pm -Washington DC -2203 Rayburn House Office Building Louis Foreman: From Idea to Profit- How to Invent and Possibly Retire Rich

Command Partners & Enventys Merge to Create Turnkey Launch Project

http://bit.ly/2aKCxA8 July 22, 2016 @ 10:34 am By JD Alois Command Partners and Enventys have merged to form a one-stop platform to power successful hardware projects. From ideation to funding to broad market roll-out, the combined entity will help entrepreneurs bring their designs to reality and financial success. Command Partners was one of the firstContinue Reading

Podcast: US Chamber-Innovation Investment Opportunity Starts IP

https://www.uschamber.com/podcast/innovation-investment-opportunity-starts-ip

Video: Louis Foreman at the White House

With President Obama for the passing of the America Invents Act

Video: Louis Foreman — Presented by SPEAK Inc.

Louis Foreman- Innovation Keynote Speaker

IP Watchdog-May 20,2015: Will the patent system continue to fuel the fire of creative genius?

“All of the businesses that I have started over the last 28 years have been based on intellectual property,” Louis Foreman explained on Monday, May 11, 2015, at the Patent Reform 2.0 event I co-hosted with Bernie Knight at McDermott, Will & Emery. “I started my first business in my fraternity room in college. I have never beenContinue Reading

More Older Adults Are Becoming Inventors-New York Times- April 17, 2015

LIKE many inventors, Bob Nepper, 82, is a compulsive improver. Mr. Nepper, an electrical engineer who lives in North St. Paul, Minn., has pet projects that have included a self-guided lawn mower and an outside faucet that can run hot and cold. His basement is stocked with tools like a lathe and a milling machineContinue Reading

Hearpreneur- April 13th, 2015

Inventing a new product can be a difficult task for any entrepreneur. There are so many bases to cover when pushing your idea through that often times your invention is swept under the rug due to lack of knowledge about what you should do next. Getting your invention created and product on the shelf canContinue Reading

225th Anniversary Patent Act Celebration- April 10th, 2015

225th Anniversary of the Patent Act Celebration The program will run from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Madison Auditorium and will consist of two separate panel discussions—one hour and 15 minutes each with a 15 minute break in between.  The panels will be moderated by Louis Foreman(link is external), CEO of Edison Nation and Edison NationContinue Reading