www.inventorsnetwork.org. The Inventors' Network of Minnesota is a voluntary membership organization composed of individuals wishing to encourage the development of new ideas and to promote the spirit of innovation through the seeking and sharing of information. Inventors' Network focuses on assisting inventors through the process of bringing their ideas to market...from concept, material selection, prototyping, patents, target markets, licensing, sourcing, manufacturing, distribution, marketing and sales. We are a Nonprofit, 501c3 and have been in existence since 1994. We have over 450 people in our network. We meet every 3rd Tuesday of the Month at Eisenhower Community Center, 1001 Highway 7, Hopkins, MN 55305. 5:30-6:00PM check-in, open discussion & networking. 6:00-7:30 keynote speaker presentations followed by round table discussions with product experts in licensing v. manufacturing, CAD design, 3D printing prototypes. The organization concentrates on providing information which will minimize the investments of time, expense and frustration inventors often experience in developing their ideas. The organization acquires and makes available reference materials and informational resources which will aid in the innovation process. The group provides an open forum where persons and companies can meet and interact in confidentiality. Every visitor and member signs a Non-Disclosure Agreement to ensure the ideas you discuss are safe. As a matter of policy, the Inventor's Network does not endorse, qualify, or make any representations concerning the business practices of any member, speaker, visitor or guest of the Inventor's Network. We do not sell anything and do not allow solicitation for products or services.