No more waiting… Today we tell you more about the Inventor Shop stand and its products at the most important international consumer goods trade fair in the second half of the year for the home and gift sectors – the Tendence in Frankfurt, Germany, which will take place from 24th until 28th of August.
As you can read on the official homepage around 2000 exhibitors from all over the world will come to showcase their latest products in the Giving and Living areas.
And the Inventor Shop has a whole punch of new stuff! We will show you brand new products from the InventorHaus in-house lab jordan muthenthaler. No kidding – if you want to you can see a Marian apparition or our milk puzzle.
Actually there´s so much you can see! Our wholesale line includes products from all over the world. The Berlin Standard Time from Germany, the Bunjee from the United Kingdom, the Tea Diver from South Korea or the Inbox from Spain, only to mention a few.
Now there is only one question left… Where can you find us? Well, the Tendence will be held in nine exhibition halls, the Inventor Shop team you find in hall 11.1 Young&Trendy, stand E20. Each day from 9am to 6pm you have the chance to check out our innovative products. We look forward to meet you soon!
In celebration of its mission to recognize and foster invention, the US National Inventors Hall of Fame has announced its 2012 Inductees. According to the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) the inventors to be honored this year created remarkable innovations that include the now ubiquitous laser printer commonly found in the workplace, the thin-film head technology that has contributed to the success of the disk drive industry, and the first statin which pioneered the class of drugs targeted at lowering cholesterol.
The National Inventors Hall of Fame annually accepts nominations for men and women whose work has changed society and improved the quality of life. The candidate’s invention must be covered by a United States patent, and the work must have had a major impact on society, the public welfare, and the progress of science and the useful arts. This year’s Induction ceremony will take place on May 2 at the historic Patent Office Building, now the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the National Portrait Gallery, in Washington, D.C.
The 2012 Inductees are:
Akira Endo, Barbara Liskov, C. Kumar N. Patel, Lubomyr Romankiw and David Thompson, Gary Starkweather, Alejandro Zaffaroni, Dennis Gabor (1900-1979), Steve Jobs (1955-2011) and Mária Telkes (1900-1995). To get to know more about their important inventions please klick here.