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Bitesize Lincs: Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights

Date Time Location
15 Nov 9am - 10:30pm Ramada Resort Grantham, Toll Bar Road , Marston, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2HT

Understanding where you stand on Intellectual Property is all important – both in terms of protecting your own rights and ensuring you don’t infringe on those of others. Businesses with an eye on IP keep their ideas and protect business growth.

Many businesses and individuals have never thought properly about IP and what it can do for them, and there is a general feeling that this is all is too expensive and time-consuming. In reality for most this is not true, and proper exploitation of your IP can add value to your business, generate revenue streams and give you a competitive advantage in negotiations.

Jason Teng and Deborah Maxwell are UK Chartered and European Patent Attorneys, and will deliver their Introduction to IP at this interactive breakfast briefing. They will share their experience and knowledge on dealing with intellectual property issues, and will cover topics such as an introduction to IP rights, protecting your IP rights, understanding other people’s IP rights, and seeking professional advice from IP attorneys.

With over 15 years’ experience as Patent Attorneys with Potter Clarkson LLP, Jason and Deborah are well versed with a wide variety of differing sectors to draw from.

Some people think they understand IP, in reality few people do. It’s not all about employing expensive lawyers but maximising your commercial advantages as you will discover.


09:00 Registration, Refreshments & Networking

09:20 Welcome & Introduction

09:30 Bitesize Breakfast Briefing

10:15 Q&A Session

10:30 Funding your IP
          Marcus Pearson, Manager, Greater Lincolnshire Manufacturing Growth Programme

10:35 Close


Attendance is free of charge and places are limited so be sure to book yours today.

Please note we are only able to offer up to 2 places per company. To qualify for this funded support, your business must be a small to medium enterprise (SME) based in Greater Lincolnshire.

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