ABOUT LAMBERT LICENSINGWe are a professional license agency bringing new inventions to market.
Since 2000 we have built a successful track record of license deals.
Our constant mission is to commercialize new products. We undertake this quest with a focus on representing inventors and product developers with professionalism, integrity and transparency.
Our approach is to utilize the most effective and innovative solutions to achieve results for our clients. We enthusiastically approach every new project with a spirit of entrepreneurship, sense of urgency and an excitement about the search for innovation.
- Invention Licensing 100% 100%
- Product Marketing 95% 95%
- Trade Show Representation 97% 97%
- Customer Happiness 99.9% 99.9%
WHO WE ARE
Lambert Licensing is an innovative group of specialists dedicated to licensing our clients’ inventions. We employ attorneys, engineers, and those with expertise in market research, marketing and promotion, video production, drafting, CAD, industrial design, prototyping, and manufacturing.
Our one goal is that our clients and their invention achieve success. This is because we have a vested interest in them of our time and resources and only get paid when they do.
To us, success means that the inventor receives royalty checks from manufacturers that far exceeds his or her initial investment. And maybe even more importantly to some, that they get the pleasure of contributing to society and seeing their invention on the shelves of their local stores. To do this we employ all of our talents and connections to tailor a plan specifically for our clients’ inventions.
Lambert Licensing is also a proud member of the Better Business Bureau, the MN Inventors Congress, Professional Member of the United Inventors Association, Licensing Executives Society and has been recognized by the National Inventor Fraud Center as “Official Good Guys”.
WHO WE ARE NOT
We are NOT an invention marketing company who accepts every invention, promises high returns for large up-front fees, and then only sends out an unsolicited mailer advertising the invention.
These fraudulent companies give the few honest ones a very bad name. Their main (if not only) stream of income is in charging huge sums of money to the inventors of whom they are representing. The way they work is by offering the inventor a marketability analysis that touts of high returns if only the inventor moves to the next step which costs upwards of $10,000-$15,000.
The inventor gets a second mortgage on his or her home and nothing comes of it. It is very sad to hear of these good-intentioned inventors who were ripped-off by these companies. So, beware and be sure to ask important questions regarding their business and how they operate.