A 12-year-old Inventor Considered The Next Mark Zuckerberg, Will Be Among Those Sharing Their Genius and Know-How Feb. 16, At The Free Invention Expo at Palm Beach County Convention Center

Jan 28, 2013, 08:57 ET from Inventor’s Society of South Florida

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Jan. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Zack Marks, 12, whose company just signed a multi-million-dollar partnership with a New York-based IT firm, will head a lineup of genius inventors who'll present their phantasmagoric ideas Feb. 16 from 10am to 6pm at "Resources 2013."  

The free Inventors' Expo will be at prestigious Palm Beach County Convention Center, 650 Okeechobee Blvd.

Marks, the young inventor/entrepreneur, created a safe social site for kids, www.gromsocial.com, after his parents got mad at him for getting a Facebook account behind their backs.  Today, as a result of its new synergistic partnership, his company's value and capabilities have increased significantly as has its ability for enormous growth.   

"This year's light bulb ideas will be bigger and brighter," said Leo Mazur, President of Inventor's Society of South Florida, organizer of the event. 

It's FREE to Attend, FREE to Exhibit and FREE to hear Speakers. All attendees are entered into a FREE hourly door prize raffle. Sign up online and get a second FREE raffle ticket as a Bonus! Free Booths still available.

If you're an inventor, investor, service provider or simply interested, come mix and mingle with some of the most brilliant minds available. Among them will be seasoned inventors with products on the market and those coming for the first time.

Besides young Zack, this year's stellar speakers' line up included:

Tim Walsh, www.theplaymakers.com, toy and game expert,  who did an award winning documentary and is author of two bestselling books on the industry, which he will be selling and signing. 

Orville Crain, one of the founders of http://www.kleverinnovations.net who took a simple invention, a safe box cutter, to market.  Last year, the company did over $3.5 million in sales.

Trevor Lambert, President and founder of Lambert & Lambert, Inc., www.lambertinvent.com, a leading invention agency in licensing and technology transfer. His clients' inventions are in Walmart, Target, Lowes, Home Depot, Toys"R"Us and more.

Greg Berman, CEO, www.BusinessPartners.com, which has committed $100 million for  'AngelStage' investing in start-ups. 

Gigi Stetler, www.gigistetler.com, an amazing woman who is the embodiment of the dynamic stamina it takes to be an entrepreneur. She'll be signing book "Unstoppable."  

For more information, visit www.inventorssociety.net or call 561-676-5677 and tune into Palm Beach Broadcasting stations.

Media contact: Adrienne Mazzone 561-750-9800 x210; amazzone@transmediagroup.com

SOURCE Inventor’s Society of South Florida