Wednesday, January 12, 2022 (Online - Register Here)
Licensing Using Linkedin In Lieu Of Cold Calls
Business is all about who you know but how do you spark the relationships necessary to be successful?
Join us in an intimate workshop with product developer, direct outreach expert and “Licensing Ideas Using LinkedIn” author Benjamin Harrison as he demonstrates how professional inventors are using soft skills in the digital age to get their products licensed and marketed.
Participate in an on screen demonstration using LinkedIn to quickly:
• Build a professional presence
• Locate strategic business partners
• Research potential Licensees
• Make connections within companies
• And reach out like a pro
While many inventors have a LinkedIn account, few know how to effectively leverage this game changing tool. Learn all the skills necessary to take advantage of the power of digital networking as an inventor and start connecting with key contacts at potential licensees!
After growing up around and working every angle in the construction industry, Benjamin went on to establish a boutique instrument shop where he eventually designed product lines for top musicians and multiple Grammy award winning artists including one who has been nominated for 12 and walked away with 5.
While producing and venturing high end instruments, Benjamin started learning about licensing from his mentor Stephen Key. As a result of working through many obstacles trying to get major companies to license his products, he mastered new skill sets which led him to co-write “Licensing Ideas using LinkedIn” as well as to create the program “SmartPitch” for InventRight, where he inspires students in learning the art of using LinkedIn to get their inventions and products into companies.
Check out Benjamin and Stephen Key's book "Licensing Ideas Using LinkedIn" on Amazon.
Click HERE , HERE , HERE and HERE to view publications that have featured Benjamin and his products.
Connect with Benjamin via Linkedin. https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-judah-harrison
Guests are welcome.
From 6pm to 6:30pm Invention Q & A
Various topics each month.
From 6:30pm to 8:00pm Guest Speaker
Do not come to SATC, as there won't be anyone there.
Zoom Video Instructions:
Download the App or Program from zoom.us website or the app platform. There are several similar looking programs. Avoid them. It works on computers of most kinds, and tablets and phones. Please see the Youtube if this is all new to you. If you don't have a camera, that's OK. Audio is fine, and if you don't have a microphone, that's OK too. Except our hosts, everyone will be muted anyway. You can text within Zoom for questions.
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Install the app or program. To attend our Zoom meeting, you do not need to create an account with Zoom.
See above to register.
We usually meet on the 2nd Wednesday of the month.
Social Distancing Requires an ONLINE ONLY MEETING
2022 Meeting Dates
Wednesday, January 12, 2022
Wednesday, February 9, 2022
Wednesday, March 9, 2022
Wednesday, April 13, 2022
Wednesday, May 11, 2022
Wednesday, June 8, 2022
Wednesday, July 13, 2022
Wednesday, August 10, 2022
Wednesday, September 14, 2022
Wednesday, October 12, 2022
Wednesday, November 9, 2022
Wednesday, TBD, 2022
See the Meeting Archive
Membership Form (pdf)
Each month we have meetings to collaborate, interact, inform, and learn about inventing, marketing, manufacturing, protecting, and learning how to succeed with inventions. The mission of the Alamo Inventors is to be a compass, resource and inspiration for inventors and entrepreneurs as they launch their concepts to market.
What We Do
We provide monthly meetings where members can meet and discuss their ideas, problems and solutions, talk with community resource members, and hear guest speakers talk about their real world experiences.
This provides a forum where this information may be shared and discussed to expand and educate the membership of the group.
Additional on-line resources are available to help direct the inventor and entrepreneur to the local and national organizations to help them as their ideas progress from concept to market.
Member of the United Inventors Association