The Williamsport Inventor’s Club is a forum to help inventors turn their ideas into commercially viable products.
Inventor’s Club Values
The sharing of members’ experiences can help others move their project along.
Receiving constructive feedback from fellow inventors provides insights and possible ways to improve members’ ideas and projects.
Inventors need to learn from experts who can help them avoid pitfalls and scams.
Inventors can share their innovative ideas without fear or hesitation as all who attend meetings must sign a nondisclosure agreement.
How does the Inventor’s Club work?
The Club is an informal association with no legal ties to any group, but receives support and encouragement from the Williamsport/ Lycoming Keystone Innovation Zone (KIZ) and SCORE.
Membership is open to anyone who agrees to the organization’s values.
Meetings are generally held on the 4th Wednesday of every month, but may change due to availability of guest speakers, etc. RSVPs are required to attend meetings. Members and interested individuals receive email notifications of upcoming meetings. Meeting dates and info are posted on the Williamsport/Lycoming KIZ’s website, and are submitted to local papers for publication.
A minimum of 4 meetings must be attended per year to be considered an active, voting member.
Members elect a chair, co-chair, and secretary/ treasurer who serve a 1 year term.
- Chair: Keith Bloodgood
- Co-Chair: Walt Sakowski
- Secretary/Treasurer: Marcus Annicelli
How do I learn more or join?
Contact the KIZ at 329-3200 x8073 or email@example.com.