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  • Amuzing as always – The British Invention Show 2017

    Posted on November 10th, 2017 Mr. Leo Siemann No comments

    The BIS 2017 was held at Barbican Exhibition Hall in London, same place as last year. The first difference I’ve noticed was Banksy art at the wall right opposite the front door 🙂 The next one was that international number of inventors had risen compared to previous year and number of British inventors was a little less , say 1/4 th only. Exhibition was groovy as always. I saw very simple inventions and complicated ones. The youngest inventor at the show was 12 years old Sarah from London with her LollySpin, the flashiest was Paul A. Sparrow with his  X-Pro Tools , the sharpest was Martin Chard with his Marxman pen , the furthest South-Korean Electrical Corporation Inventors with their Cable Failure Detection and Line Finder and  the coolest for me personally were National Defence University of Malaysia professors with their inventions Bamboocrete and  How to make the Hydrogen out of Algi.  Yes, there was lots to see and discover and surely we will go back to the show next year. To prove that here is well educational interview with the english inventor Paul A Sparrow who invented this new kind of spirit level and also started a very first crowdfunding platform in Britain :

    The Awards & afterparty  were held at Charted Accountants House which is a impressive building in the City of London and also has a great cuisine. The band which played  for us  was led by Roderick Brosse who is also an inventor but  known to the public as quitarrist from the Beatles album “Imagine”. Awards ceremony was held by Kane Kramer, the founder the British Invention Show and inventor of the first Digital Audio Player. Here is a great chat we had with Kane later on

    The slideshow can be seen here which was taken by my mate Inch. Enjoy 🙂

    * The story was first published at my  INVENTION NEWS  channel a couple of weeks ago.

  • Mustjõe symposium was a smoking hot one

    Posted on June 13th, 2017 Mr. Leo Siemann No comments

    Inventor Anni is introducing her new prototype

    It was the second time already when Estonian inventors called together the Summer Symposium. Guest included inventors and their friends from Finland, Sweden, Norway and Russia. The event was held at Mustjõe Farmhouse which originates from 16th century and is really old cottage type of settlement including traditional Smoke sauna. The symposium started with a lunch at courtyard, followed by 5 hours presentation of inventions.  Then it was a grand dinner by a long table at the farmhouse. Our networking continued at a proper smoke sauna.

    Inventions presented where various ideas including energy solutions, magnetic motors, puls fire fighting systems, concrete dryer , magnetic furniture and much more. It is expected that symposium will take place next Summer again as this one was a smoking hot one 🙂 * Photogallery is at FB

  • Your idea – My expertise

    Posted on January 17th, 2013 Mr. Leo Siemann No comments

    After 3 years of voluntary work with independent inventors I have come to recognition that it is time to re-value my presence. So, from now on I have my company & there is a little fee  for my service, but nothing major. Mainly because I could continue what I have been doing so far – consulting people about their ideas & intellectual property rights  (IPR) including prototype making, publications, exhibitions & commercialisation of the invention. There is a lot to learn & share and surely not as easy as it looks.

    Anyways, I do get letters from around the Globe & people ask me all sorts of questions about their inventions. My job is to understand the stage of the idea or invention and also to specify needs, so they can move on to make their dreams come true !

    In that way I am  the Angel of inventors , giving them simple, yet a special advice what to do next.  If you are one of those people with a great idea on your hand – then you can write to me also or even meet me in person!  My email is: . I promise, I will keep your idea confidential.  You even do not have to tell me exactly what is your invention – I can still help you to move on  – Yes, it is possible indeed  :o)

    Happy inventing !