In March 2011, the United Innovation Association UK (UIAUK) was invited by the United Inventors Association of America (UIAUSA) to work collaboratively under a Memorandum of Agreement(MOA). We accepted, in the belief that such a partnership would benefit the members of both organisations. We agreed to use similar logos & names and to share resources whilst in all other respects to remain independent of one another.
We entered into the relationship with UIAUSA in good faith. However recent issues arising necessitated that we reconsider our position.
After careful consideration we have taken the decision to withdraw from the MOA with immediate effect and to have no further dealings with the UIAUSA.
As such this decision requires that we change our name and branding and all associated collateral such as URL and email addresses.
These changes will be completed within two weeks.
All services provided to all members and our support of them will remain unaffected.
If you have any questions please feel free to email me direct: firstname.lastname@example.org
CEO & Founder
Weeks back we wrote about Mark approaching inventors in the UK and we took this as an indication of him wanting to ‘branch out’. The above post does back our earlier thoughts. What Simon writes fits perfectly with Mark’s plans to mislead readers into thinking the UIA USA was growing globally and the UIA UK was part of the UIA USA.
Does he really want to take over the world with his side kick, inventor Roger Brown? We just couldn’t help the following youtube selection below.