Patent Services USA Supports St. Jude Childrens Hospital, National Charities

Businesses are changing. Not every industry leader operates from dozens of national locations, or has hundreds of employees on staff. One Southern Florida business has etched out a leading position in the intellectual property field and sees charitable giving as a way of giving back to causes they can share with their customers.

Miami, FL, April 23, 2015 –(– A few times a year, Patent Services USA takes a moment to support a cause close to home. This time around, they’re taking a different direction. “We wanted to support a cause that we can share with the inventors we work with. They’re in big cities and small towns all over the world,” says Andre Lake, the Outreach Director at the company. “Deciding to support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital wasn’t a hard choice for us. In one sense, we’re a family-oriented company. We all want to brighten children’s lives. We are also believers that research and innovation often hold the answer to the world’s biggest challenges. St. Jude takes on some of the toughest research challenges and can take credit for amazing breakthroughs in their field.”

Patent Services USA has seen a steep upswing in demand for their intuitive inventor network. “We’ve been blessed to work with fast-moving ideas and quality industry pros on each end of our network. With greater success, we’ve got a responsibility to give more back. Supporting charities with national or international reach has become a better fit for us. The folks we work with, from a first time inventor to a high-powered patent attorney, can all join in on a cause that means a lot to everyone.” St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital was founded in 1962 and introduced a change in how children are cared for when they have catastrophic diseases like cancer. St. Jude combines research and care in one campus to bring brilliant researchers and physicians close to children who need their help the most. Visit to get involved with the St. Jude cause.

Patent Services was founded in 2012 as an intellectual property think tank, but quickly became a hub for inventor talent to get access to legal and product development talent. The company’s own research and development projects involve patent clearinghouse technologies that organize a high volume of patent filers with trusted patent attorneys and development resources. Through this clearinghouse system, the company claims that inventors who are registered with them typically experience savings of 20% or more on legal costs. Registration is available through
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