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From a creative idea to the market
We will help you develop each stage of your business

A Comprehensive Approach

Our clients are our number one priority, and we’ll go the extra mile to make sure they’re completely satisfied with our work. Have a specific project that requires professional attention? Our services are designed to tackle even the most complex projects. Contact us today to discover how we can help.

Expert Guidance

This specific service is designed to analyze, confront, and solve your business needs. We provide customized solutions to all of our clients, and are an extremely results-oriented professionals. We will work with you throughout the entire decision-making process and guarantee success. Contact us to find out how we can help today.

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The Path to Success

Giving you personal, professional attention, you patent application can be a first step to transform your idea into a reality. We are working with an extensive network of the technical experts and legal support professionals to provide access to resources that best work for you and protect your interests

Simple Ideas That Made Millions


The Slinky is arguably one of the most famous toys in the world. For those living in the Western world it is virtually impossible to have not encountered the spring like toy at some point in their lives. The inventor, Richard James, actually came up with the idea by accident when a spring fell and “walked” along the floor. After a showing at Gimbals, he sold out of all of his Slinkys and they soon became a must have toy, going on to net James and his family around $250 million.


The idea behind Velcro arose when George de Mestral noticed how burrs from plants would stick to his pants. When examining them under a microscope he noticed how each burr had tiny hooks that fastened to the small hoops of his trouser fabric. Realizing that he could create the same effect with artificial materials, he set about creating Velcro, an invention that is sold all over the world and brings in revenue of around $100 million every year.