Inventors Association of New England (IANE)
The Inventors Association of New England is one of the oldest inventor clubs in the United States. Founded in 1977, we are a group of established and novice inventors that have a common interest of helping each other turn ideas into reality.
Through our meetings and inventor clinics we provide guidance, support and education related to licensing, intellectual property, prototyping, product development and marketing.
Reasons to Join IANE
We have regular monthly meetings held at MIT in Cambridge MA, typically featuring a presentation by an outside expert. The questions and comments that follow are an essential part of the experience. These meetings are free and open to the public.
Paid members can attend Inventor Clinics which are held six times a year at a different location. At the Clinics, members present their ideas for critique by other members under confidentiality.
In addition, paid members have access to the Inventors Clinic, the Discussion Group, videos of regular monthly meetings back to 2009, and the June Social with optional guest.