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This profile was last updated on 10/24/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

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Phone: (207) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: j***@***.com
Aiello Designs LLC
146 Alfred Road
Kennebunk, Maine 04043
United States

Company Description: Aiello Designs provides inventors with the services they need to license their invention, or take their product to production packaged and ready to sell. Our...   more
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Aiello Designs About
www.aiellodesign.com, 24 Oct 2014 [cached]
Founded by Justin Aiello in 1999, and an accredited member of the BBB since 2000, Aiello Designs was specifically created to provide inventors with tangible results in an industry riddled with fraudulent, invention promotion companies in an honest and ethical atmosphere.
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Justin Aiello is Project Manager and has 20+ years experience developing new technologies for many industries. Justin was a partner is a NY Product Development firm specializing in business to business services before moving to Maine and starting Aiello Designs. Justin is always happy to talk with new inventors and answer any questions. The more informed you are, the more likely you will become a client.
Please feel free to contact Justin via email (found on the contact page) or call directly at 207-467-9145.
Aiello Designs Info
www.aiellodesign.com, 24 Oct 2014 [cached]
Aiello Designs does not.
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We can be reached at 207 467-9145 or email Justin Aiello at justin@aiellodesign.com
Aiello Designs Word to the Wise
www.aiellodesign.com, 24 Oct 2014 [cached]
Here are a few pieces of advice taken from the personal experience of Justin Aiello. This advice is based on having spent more than 20 years providing Product Development services to individuals and companies designing products for the consumer, medical and industrial markets. Justin holds many patents and awards for products he has developed including a few of his own.
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We can be reached at 207 467-9145 or email Justin Aiello at justin@aiellodesign.com
News for Women Inventors and Mom Entrepreneurs | Mom Invented
www.mominventors.com, 16 April 2014 [cached]
In 7 minutes, my good friend, Invention Development Consultant, Justin Aiello of AielloDesign tells us the things we need to consider as we take our initial product design concept and transform it into a reality. [...]
KI Marketing Intl - We help inventors & manufacturers launch & grow profitable consumer product brands at retail with success
kimarketingintl.com, 19 Feb 2014 [cached]
Allow me to introduce to you Justin Aiello of Aiello Designs.
Justin will explore with us how to do a patent search, the advantages of filing a patent and why you should watch out for invention companies.
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Justin created Aiello Designs to provide inventors with tangible results (in an industry riddled with fraudulent, invention promotion companies) in an honest and ethical atmosphere.
His expertise and services include patent services, concept designs, computer-generated renderings, 3D CAD engineering, rapid prototyping, production drawings, graphic design and domestic and overseas manufacturing.
If you want to know more about Justin and his company, please check out his website at www.aiellodesign.com. He has valuable information about the invention development process and a wonderful guide that goes through this topic in more detail.
Having been in the manufacturing business for many years and working with inventors, product developers and licensors, the answer to whether or not you should patent a product really depends on several factors - the type of product, your business plans and finances and your comfort level.
New, novel and innovative products should more likely be patented. Also, as Justin noted earlier, if you plan to only develop a product and then sell or license it, it's highly advisable that you file a patent for your invention.
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Working with an invention development company like Justin's or hiring an attorney are great resources when making this decision.
Here's a link to another great resource about filing patents from WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organzation) that you may want to check out.
I personally have not worked with invention promotion companies, but I tend to agree with Justin. I've heard that most of them require upfront fees, so as always, be smart, be very cautious and do your homework.
What are your thoughts about patenting? And, if you’ve had an experience working with an invention development OR invention promotion company, I’d love to hear about it in the comments section below. You can also post a question and Justin or someone from my team will respond if we can answer your question in simple terms.
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