InventorHaus, Inc. acquires Ideawicket.com and IdeaTango.com!
05/16/2012

The Miami based company InventorHaus, Inc. expands its huge inventor network. In order to give all users instantly and further on the possibility to present their invention to a huge network and inventing community both sites are currently forwarded to inpama.com.

Online PR News – 16-May-2012 – Miami/Florida – While the inpama blog keeps you up to date about latest inventions from all over the world and spreads news about InventorHaus, Inc., the website, inpama.com, serves as a marketplace for ideas. Each day the huge network of InventorHaus, Inc. getting bigger and bigger! The most recent examples is ideatango.com, which now also belongs to the Miami based company. And so does ideawicket.com!
IdeaTango originally operated a website for inventors. It also offered education and resource libraries, contests, and bulletin boards for inventors as well as invention listings, support business directories, discussion forums, and advertising platforms for inventor-support service providers, such as patent attorneys, designers, prototypers or consultants. It also provided directories of products and inventions, as well as a platform to solicit inventions that meet business models for businesses looking to acquire new inventions.
Ideawicket was originally established to connect science and technology innovators with innovation seeking businesses and non-profits. It was an Open Innovation intermediary based in New Delhi, India and sought to bring together innovators and innovation seekers on a common problem solving platform. The Ideawicket innovator community hails from top engineering and science programs in India and abroad.
Now how does the takeover affect inventors? A lot! By combining IdeaTango and Ideawicket under one roof InventorHaus, Inc. can use existing resources more efficiently and inventors can only profit. In order to give all users instantly and further on the possibility to present their invention to a huge network and inventing community, both sites currently are forwarded to inpama.com. Check it out it´s free of charge!
It´s just like Marijan Jordan and Gerhard Muthenthaler, the founders and owners of InventorHaus, Inc. say: "As long as there are people who have ideas, our success story can only continue".