Inventor Chat set in Negaunee

NEGAUNEE — Invent@NMU hosts “Inventor Chats” Wednesday, Oct. 16 from 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at the Negaunee Public Library. Learn about the Invent at NMU kiosk located at the Negaunee Public Library and chat with an inventor who has successfully gone through the process. Ron Aho, inventor of the TinKnocker Tool, shares insight on being an inventor and his experience with the Invent@NMU program.

This event stems from the recent partnership between Invent@NMU and the City of Negaunee to launch a remote kiosk in the area as part of its Moving Forward Campaign.

The Negaunee Kiosk creates the opportunity for inventors and entrepreneurs to learn about the services offered, submit an idea for a product, business, or invention and receive a free QuickExplore® review and response from the Invent@NMU team within three business days.

Inventor Chats is free and open to the public. Cookies and coffee provided.

RSVP requested.


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