InventHelp’s procedural system begins by accepting calls from inventors regarding their ideas and projects with full confidentiality. The system then refers the inventor to a nearby office for further consultation, while also sharing with them the experiences of others before them. The company’s website also houses a blog where ideas, stories, insights and warnings are shared, helping the system immerse the inventor into a theoretical framework of success. Accommodations and insight make all the difference for innovators and the case of Andrew Sanderson, an ex-British Royal Air Force engineer and a current inventor, proves this point. Sanderson came up with an extremely durable and functional mechanical pencil as his brainchild product, after beginning his career experimenting on and repairing the Mini Cooper car his father gifted him. He continued such an interest in mechanical devices after joining the Royal Air Force at the age of 16 and received a computer programming degree from a community college. Sanderson then began using his skills and tools in mechanical engineering and computer science to focus on his own projects, launching two Kickstarter campaigns to raise funds for his ‘Modern Fuel Pencils’ project. The inventor also believes in the importance of faith, accommodation, guidance and assistance in for innovation, which are all technicalities provided by InventHelp to the company’s clients. It is striking almost how every inventor takes notice of the above given dialectic, which further solidifies InventHelp’s position in the market because the company has managed to integrate an interactive corporate design into its methodology to produce concrete results for its inventors.