Carmine Denisco has been elected the new president of the United Inventors Association of America (UIA), a national 501c3 non-profit dedicated to educating inventors, patent holders and product developers. He speaks regularly around the country on licensing and open innovation.
“Following in the successful footsteps of 12-year UIA president Warren Tuttle will be a challenge, but I’m confident that my knowledge in the inventor industry coupled with my relationships in the inventor community will help the organization grow to new levels,” said Denisco. “I look forward to working with the new Board of Directors on continuing to educate and engage with inventors nationwide.”
Denisco’s main goals for the UIA continues to educating members, inventors and innovators while also growing membership. The UIA Ambassador program is another element which will be expanded under Denisco’s leadership.
A successful entrepreneur, inventor, author, podcaster, investor, and patent and trademark holder, Denisco has designed, developed and manufactured products sold in retail stores, TV shopping channels, online and infomercials some have gone on to be licensed by major chain stores. He is dedicated to helping inventors correctly navigate the invention and manufacturing process, giving each inventor their best shot at success. His company, EarMark, is a privately held prototype, manufacturing and product sourcing firm.
Carmine Denisco is a resident of Clearwater, Florida. He holds an M.B.A. in International Business/Trade/Commerce from Pace University.
For more information on local inventor’s clubs and securing free membership in the United Inventors Association, visit www.UIAUSA.org.
The UIA began as an outreach program to inventors for the United States Patent Office (USPTO).