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Product Licensing for Young Entrepreneurs

Learn how to transform your ideas into products in 10 steps

Our mission is to empower young entrepreneurs with the system, resources, and mentorship needed to share their creativity with the world.

Our program helps students learn how to license their product ideas in the most efficient and effective way, using the most comprehensive information on product licensing in the world.

As an inventRight Youth member access countless resources to help you become a successful, professional entrepreneur.

Our Youth program is designed to help you no matter where you are in the process by sharing a plan to bring your invention idea to market. We also have dozens of resources and tools to help you overcome any obstacle.

The inventRight system has been trusted by thousands of inventors, and we want to help you too.

Bring your product ideas to market without having to start a business

What You Get with our Youth Program

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• How to create new product ideas

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• How to test the market to determine if your products can be licensed

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• How to use the latest technologies to bring your product ideas to life

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• How to write a provisional patent application

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• How to create marketing material to pitch your idea

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• How to connect with open innovation, companies looking for a new product ideas

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• How to find and connect with companies looking for your ideas

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• How to negotiate a licensing agreement

No Charge

K-12 Upon Approval

Thank you for your interest. Please fill out the form below so we can contact you about joining our youth program. Please also email us a copy of your student ID. You can email it to

“Absolutely STOKED!!!! I think that for the first time ever licensing will be taught to high school research students. I am beyond grateful and humbled by this collaboration and opportunity to young innovators that will change the world one day. Thank you Stephen Key and Madeleine Key for making this possible. We will surely be creating ripples.

Stephen Key knowing you and your passion for your cause, I can’t say enough as to how special this is for me. My kiddos across the globe who are working with me on various projects are very lucky.

To support our kiddos with their innovative mindsets, we as a society and community should extend our hand to make a difference and inventRight is one of the few who have come forward to do just that.”

Rachna Nath,

2022 TIME Innovative Teacher of the Year

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“I just want to reiterate how appreciative I am of you and your course. Your help allowed my product to come to life and taught me skills to develop successful ideas in the future. Thank you again for being an amazing mentor. Without you, your ideas and encouragement, none of the above would have been possible. Thank you!!!!”

Connor Owen

14 Year Old Inventor of Bookie Cushion, currently selling at Barnes & Noble, Kohl’s, and Walmart

“It was great to be able to be taken seriously as a kid and to be taught these valuable skills. I felt encouraged to pursue my passions, which was such a contrast from what most people say, which is “just wait till you’re older.” I learned a lot by going through the program and they gave great learning material. I was pleasantly surprised by how easy the whole process was. The way the program was taught made everything easy to follow and understand. I truly feel like anyone my age can learn how to do it. I was given the right tools, resources, and encouragement to start licensing on my own.

I went through the program with an idea for rubber wheel covers that you could put on your plastic trash bin wheels so that they don’t make so much noise when rolling. I reached out to many companies, each time more confident than the last. The program taught me what to say, and how to say it when talking to companies. I eventually got three companies that were interested. However, they were not interested in manufacturing the product, only selling it. Nevertheless, I was able to find an idea I thought would work, write and file a provisional patent application, make my own sell sheet, and contact companies that gave me positive responses. For my first try at licensing, I would call that a success.

I am almost 18 now and have started my own company. Our business model is centered around licensing. None of it would have been possible if it weren’t for the skills that I learned at inventRight.”

Scotty Pittsford

Teenage Inventor and Founder of ThinQbator

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