AristoTechnics Exhibits at the 1999 National Inventors' Expo
May 19, 1999
WALT DISNEY WORLD Antonis Theodorou, president of AristoTechnics Inc. (a technology licensing and consulting firm), was the only one of 60 independent inventors at the 26th Annual National Inventors' Expo and Conference at Walt Disney World's EPCOT Center who had received two patents in 1998.
"While I was proud about the patents, there was so much more to the Expo," said Theodorou. "It was a great honor to be selected. I got to share ideas with other inventors and industry folks and learn from them, too."
Representatives of various manufacturers and other professionals attended this event, which was sponsored by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the Intellectual Property Owners Association. Several visitors suggested uses and applications for AristoTechnics technologies that they believed could add value to their own companies or customers.
AristoTechnics, Inc. offers patented and proprietary modular connecting technology for licensing, as well as application consulting services.
Antonis Theodorou (left) with Q. Todd Dickinson Acting Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Acting Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks, U.S Department of Commerce.
|Armed with enthusiasm, support, and new contacts (such as Todd Dickinson, Acting Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks for the U.S. Department of Commerce; and Norman Balmer, President of the Intellectual Property Owners Association), Theodorou is ready for his next challenge successfully marketing his technology to industry.
Says Theodorou, "I am anxious to see my inventions in everyday usage. I know their benefits could help many people and companies do things more quickly and more efficiently."
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