Renee C. Quinn

Gene Quinn

Renee C. Quinn Renée C Quinn is the Chief Operating Officer of IPWatchdog, Inc. She has worked with IPWatchdog since April 2006, where she is in charge of all of the day to day, behind-the-scenes operations of IPWatchdog. She handles all public relations, marketing and advertising inquiries and is the first point of contact for IPWatchdog.  One of her primary responsibilities with IPWatchdog includes soliciting, approving and preparing guest contributions for publication on IPWatchdog.  In addition, Renée is the producer for the IPWatchdog Weekly Webinar series, the IPWatchdog Institute Suite of courses and is responsible for planing the IPWatchdog Patent Masters Symposium events.

Renée holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a Masters of Business Administration. She writes on various business and social media topics for IPWatchdog.com and is available to consult with individuals and businesses on how to effectively establish a successful marketing and brand building campaign.

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Posts by Renee C. Quinn


The Patent Process on a Tight but Realistic Budget

The patent process can be overwhelming and quite costly for an inventor who wishes to secure patent protection on their invention. But there are certain steps of …
By Gene Quinn & Renee C. Quinn
2 years ago 0

Autonomous Vehicles to Include Self-Driving Shopping Carts?

According to the patent application filed by Walmart, the system will utilize a series of docking stations, sensors, motors and cameras to offer consumers the ability to "…
By Renee C. Quinn
2 years ago 0

7 Bad Habits That Can Ruin Your Professional Life

Everyone in the world today has habits that hinder some part of their everyday life. From personal relationships to the work place, bad habits are formed every …
By Renee C. Quinn
3 years ago 10

‘Happy Birthday To You’ Now In the Public Domain (Sort of)

For as long as I can remember, whenever we celebrated a birthday, we inevitably would gather around the birthday boy or girl and sing “Happy Birthday To …

In Memory: Remembering Hall of Fame Inventors One Final Time

Mid way through the National Inventor's Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony the celebration paused for the sad annual ritual of remembering Hall of Fame inductees who have …
By Renee C. Quinn
4 years ago 4

43rd Annual Inventors Hall of Fame Ceremony Honors Champions of Innovation

On Tuesday, May 12, 2015, Gene and I attended the National Hall of Fame 43rd Annual Induction Ceremony at the Smithsonian’s American Art Museum and the National Portrait …
By Renee C. Quinn
4 years ago 1

Google Announces the Patent Purchase Promotion to Foster Innovation

Google announces its response to the Patent Troll issue they call the Patent Purchase …
By Renee C. Quinn
4 years ago 34

2015 Innovation Festival Calls for Exhibitor Applications

The 2015 Innovation Festival will be held on September 26th & 27th and will explore how today's inventors are creating the world of our future. In preparation for the …
By Renee C. Quinn
4 years ago 0

Inventor Spotlight – Merry Lynn Morris – Inventor of the omni-directional wheelchair

Merry Lynn Morris, a faculty member USF, affected by a tragedy that left her father wheel chair bound for 21 years, created an Omni-Directional, Hands-Free Rolling Dance Chair …
By Renee C. Quinn
4 years ago 1

Inventor Spotlight – Christen Wooley – Inventor of Vetspakz

The concept of her invention has basically stayed the same over the years. She has just added additional colors and sizes and has changed some of the …
By Renee C. Quinn
4 years ago 0

Inventor Spotlight – Alexei Novitzky, Inventor of the Skatecase

Avid skateboarder Alexei Novitzky was at the festival to display his unique invention. As a graduate student in the Mechanical Engineering program at USF, Alexei wanted to …
By Renee C. Quinn
4 years ago 0

Photo Diary: USPTO Smithsonian Innovation Festival

IPWatchdog attends the USPTO Innovation Festival at the Smithsonian Nation Air and Space …
By Renee C. Quinn
4 years ago 2

The Patent Process on a Tight But Realistic Budget

There are ways that inventors can file for patent protection on their inventions with a limited budget, but even then you have to be realistic in the …
By Renee C. Quinn
5 years ago 1

A Conversation with Article One Partners CEO Cheryl Milone

In December of 2012 Article one Partners (AOP) announced that they would be launching a new program geared towards military veterans. As someone from a family of many …
By Renee C. Quinn
6 years ago 1

AOP Vets Announces Winner: A Conversation With Jason Maples

On May 16th, AOP announced that Iraqi war veteran, Jason Maples was the winner of its first ever AOP Vets Program. Jason was one of more than 20 …
By Renee C. Quinn
6 years ago 3