Monday, June 15, 2015

How Pyrex Transformed the Way We Cook

How Pyrex Transformed the Way We Cook

Fast Company - June 12, 2015
The story of how the kitchenware brand Pyrex first entered America's kitchens reads like a tall tale. The saga began in 1913 when Corning scientists were investigating new applications for the heavy-duty glass that was originally used for railroad lanterns. In 1914, Bessie Littleton, the wife of a Corning scientist, took a battery jar made from Nonex—what Corning called its temperature-resistant borosilicate glass—and used it to bake a sponge cake. She marveled at how the cooking time was shorter compared to conventional cookware (which would've been metal or ceramic) and how the glass allowed her to monitor how the cake was doing on all sides.



Monday, June 1, 2015

Kent Ritzel - Designer of Allegro CookWaren - IASL




Hello All,


Our next Inventors Meet Up is Thursday June 4th.    

Kent Ritzel,  design director from Fred Sparks will speak about inventing housewares products and the importance of a good product design which increases your chances to making money on your invention.

In the early 1990's he designed a cookware line that sold 25 million in 6 months through Direct Response TV.

Come hear about his secrets to successful inventing!


Look foward to seeing you there,






Gary



INVENTORS Association of St.Louis June Meet Up


WHEN:

Thursday, June 4th , 5-8pm | This is a FREE EVENT; open to the public.
 
  •  5-6 pm  Network with Kent Ritzel and IASL members
  •  6-6:30 pm  Keynote Event:   (2nd FL - Havana Room)
  • 6:30-7 pm   After the meeting: Get 1-2-1 with IASL attendees

IASL June Keynote Topic: "designing products that sell"


Kent Ritzel,  design director for Fred Sparks.   In the early 90's Kent was the lead designer/inventor for the hot selling Allegro CookWare line that sold 25 million on TV in 6 months.

More about Kent Ritzel-30 years as a Strategic Development Expert with successful track record in developing ground-breaking, award-winning products, creative processes for product development, and innovative approaches to business, brand and market development.





 
WHERE:

Venture Café @  Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) | 4240 Duncan Ave, 2nd FLOOR - St Louis, MO 63110 

 

PARKING:

Free, ample parking (park on the NE corner of the building); enter on the NW corner 

 

FOOD and BEVERAGE:

refreshments provided

 

IASL Mission:

IASL is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization formed in 1984 solely for educational purposes. IASL’s mission: CONNECT. EDUCATE. LAUNCH. IASL is committed to providing resources, advisement and support to inventors, entrepreneurs and idea generators in the public and private sectors.

 

Venture Café Gathering:

The Venture Café enhances and accelerates the innovation process through spaces, programs, and conversations for individuals and organizations to gather and build relationships. The Venture Cafe Gathering is the flagship event for The Venture Cafe - St. Louis. Every Thursday from 3:00pm - 8:00pm the innovation community is welcomed to gather at 4240 Duncan Ave. to connect with other innovators and share ideas.  Every week various organizations come together and schedule programing (including IASL events on the 1st Thursday of every month) to inspire a wide range of attendees from the greater St. Louis region.  Check out whats coming up every week at http://vencafstl.org/calendar.

 

CONNECT with IASL:

For more information, www.inventstl.org

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