Understanding intellectual property for digital businesses
  • Online delivery or in-person attendance at The EPICentre, Health and Wellbeing Innovation Centre, Truro, Cornwall TR1 3FF

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Not only is intellectual property (IP) a crucial aspect of any business, having a good understanding of the IP owned or used by a business and how to protect it, can allow for new opportunities and the potential for new products to be identified. Fully understanding your rights can also reduce the risk of infringement or misuse claims!
Join our session, delivered by Amy Ralston, IP and Technology Solicitor from Stephens Scown, to learn more about your developing and protecting your IP to help you:
  • Understand how and when IP rights arise
  • Reveal any weaknesses in your current IP strategy
  • Help your business grow
  • Reduce the risk to your business
  • Offer you new opportunities
  • Differentiate you from competitors
  • Understand how to reveal any IP assets that you were not aware of and establish ownership.
Online participation will be available to those who cannot join us in person. Please visit the Eventbrite webpage for full details and to register your place. Email kirsty.marrs@plymouth.ac.uk for any queries.
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