About Inventionland Education

We aspire to be the catalyst that cultivates innovative thinking for a sustainable future.

The Inventionland Institute was developed out of the proven process that Inventionland follows to bring new products to market.

 

The Inventionland Education Journey

2007

Welcomed our first students for a tour of Inventionland

2010

Strong interest in Inventionland from students led us to start working on a courseware for students

2015

Inventionland Education and its Innovation Curriculum was born

2016

First schools using Inventionland Education’s Innovation curriculum

2017

Held our first Innovation Contest

2018

Won the Edison Award

2019

Won the EdTech Cool Tool Award

2021

Went International with our first school in Jordan

America’s Largest Invention Factory

America’s Largest Invention Factory

Where corporations come for their innovative new products.

For nearly a decade, Inventionland has produced products that have been sold in more than 1,200 online stores and retail outlets. Unique to Inventionland, new products are being designed, engineered, and packaged for corporations.

Employees at Inventionland work in 16 unique themed sets, such as a shipwrecked pirate ship, faux cave, treehouse, pet shack, giant shoe, cupcake kitchen, giant robot and castle complete with turrets and drawbridge. The inspiring setting includes three running waterfalls, life-like trees and butterflies and grass-lined sidewalks. In the rear of Inventionland is a red carpet that leads to a state-of-the art audio, video, and animation studio complete with sound room and one of the largest green screens in the tri-state area. Its manufacturing capabilities include metalworking, woodworking, molding, laser cutting, prototyping, circuit board construction and more, which all take place in its state-of-the-art production facility.

About George Davison,
Founder & CEO

In 2006, Davison designed and created Inventionland, an immersive work environment where his creative team found inspiration as they designed products of the future. Occupying more than 60,000 square feet, Inventionland consists of 16 themed sets which include the pirate ship “Discovery,” a giant robot, and a fully-functional race track.

In 2015, Davison’s community outreach expanded to the educational sphere, where he developed coursework preparing young innovators with the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math skills. The Inventionland Education Curriculum has been adopted by schools across the country, helping to inspire the next generation of creative entrepreneurs.

Today, George is also host to Tomorrow’s World Today, an exciting new TV show exploring sustainability, technology, new ideas and worldwide concepts around innovation.

George Davison

The Inventionland Education Journey

2007

Welcomed our first students for a tour of Inventionland

2010

Strong interest in Inventionland from students led us to start working on a courseware for students

2015

Inventionland Education and its Innovation Curriculum was born

2016

First schools using Inventionland Education’s Innovation curriculum

2017

Held our first Innovation Contest

2018

Won the Edison Award

2019

Won the EdTech Cool Tool Award

2021

Went International with our first school in Jordan