Invention-Con 2024: Expanding your intellectual property potential – Day two

Invention-Con 2024 -- the place for inventors, makers, and entrepreneurs. USPTO's inventors conference. August 16-17 In person and virtual

Do you want to grow your intellectual property (IP) knowledge and gain access to resources, business experts, and accomplished innovators? Then join us for the United States Patent and Trademark Office's (USPTO) free flagship conference for inventors, makers, and entrepreneurs. Don't miss the second day of Invention-Con 2024, happening in person only, August 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Join us for a USPTO headquarters open house and resource fair to talk with patent and trademark subject matter experts, tour our Public Search Facility, and learn more about free resources. 

Register today to attend the second day of Invention-Con 2024. Please note: day two is in person only.

Attend in person

Also, don't miss the first day of Invention-Con 2024, happening virtually and in person, August 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the USPTO headquarters. Visit the day one event page for more information and to register.  

  • Learn how accomplished innovators, inventors, entrepreneurs, and business owners use IP to achieve success
  • Discover resources available to assist at every stage of your journey 
  • Connect with experts who can help you develop a strategy for your innovation, from idea to market 

For more information, or if you have any questions or comments, please email us at View recordings of our past programs on the Invention-Con event series page

Invention-Con is the USPTO's annual conference for independent inventors, entrepreneurs, and small business owners whose success depends on guarding their creative work. This program is presented by the USPTO's Innovation Outreach Division

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This event is part of a series: Advancing Equity, Invention-Con