About Jack Lander...
Jack has written a popular featured column for Inventors' Digest magazine for the past eight years, and served as the invention development and manufacturing expert for Entrepreneur.com, the Internet arm of Entrepreneur magazine. He has also written and published a book on job searching, and was commissioned to write Make Money by Moonlighting by Ted Nicholas of Entrepreneur Publishing Co. He produced and edited THE Inventor's Master Plan for the United Inventors Association, and authored the chapter on prototyping for Don Debelak's book, Think Big.
He has served as President of the prestigious United Inventors Association, a not-for-profit umbrella organization that helps inventor networking groups and inventors throughout North America. He presently serves his ninth year as Vice President of the (not-for-profit) Yankee Invention Exposition and Yankee Entrepreneur Workshops, held each October in Waterbury, Connecticut. He founded Innovators Network, a local inventor group, and The Inventor's Bookstore, a "dot-com" business that is now a not-for-profit subsidiary of the United Inventors Association.
Jack is a mechanical engineer who has received ten patents on highly successful laparoscopic surgical instruments, computer chip testing devices, and a bicycle transmission that is more efficient than the traditional derailleur. He was the founder of Shortrun/Precision Fabricators, a business that specialized in producing prototypes and short production runs for high-tech businesses in the Los Angeles area.
He has helped more than two thousand inventors in the U.S. and many other countries by telephone, mail, and e-mail, and coaches inventors in all aspects of the invention process.
U.S. mail: 949A Heritage Village
Southbury, Connecticut 06488 USA