28 March 2018

What next for your invention – Plan, Prototype or Protect?

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Are you involved or interested in invention, product development, patents, intellectual property or product commercialisation? – then this workshop is for you.

Monday 3rd December 13.00 to 17.30 

at the British Library Business & IP Centre 1st Floor, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB

Commissioned by the British Library and the IPO this workshop held at the British Library Business Centre and hosted by Bang Creations and London IP patent & trademark attorneys, these creative, popular and monthly workshops aim is to inform, inspire and support early stage businesses and individuals involved in any aspect of invention, product development and commercialisation.

The result will be clear, useful and tangible information, processes and advice that can be applied to your business or used to address your specific product development issues.

Topics of discussion will include:

  • Project planning
  • Marketing and research & how this influence product design
  • The differences between invention, design and innovation
  • Idea creation
  • Product design, development, costing, prototyping and margin
  • Manufacture or licence?
  • Can you protect your idea with a patent or registered design?
  • Will your idea infringe any third-party IP rights?
  • Patent & design filing strategies and tactics.
  • Trademarks
  • IP ownership issues

To book your place on this workshop go to Eventbrite.co.uk

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28 March 2018

What next for your invention – Plan, Prototype or Protect?

Back

Are you involved or interested in invention, product development, patents, intellectual property or product commercialisation? – then this workshop is for you.

Monday 3rd December 13.00 to 17.30 

at the British Library Business & IP Centre 1st Floor, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB

Commissioned by the British Library and the IPO this workshop held at the British Library Business Centre and hosted by Bang Creations and London IP patent & trademark attorneys, these creative, popular and monthly workshops aim is to inform, inspire and support early stage businesses and individuals involved in any aspect of invention, product development and commercialisation.

The result will be clear, useful and tangible information, processes and advice that can be applied to your business or used to address your specific product development issues.

Topics of discussion will include:

  • Project planning
  • Marketing and research & how this influence product design
  • The differences between invention, design and innovation
  • Idea creation
  • Product design, development, costing, prototyping and margin
  • Manufacture or licence?
  • Can you protect your idea with a patent or registered design?
  • Will your idea infringe any third-party IP rights?
  • Patent & design filing strategies and tactics.
  • Trademarks
  • IP ownership issues

To book your place on this workshop go to Eventbrite.co.uk

28 March 2018

What next for your invention – Plan, Prototype or Protect?

Back

Are you involved or interested in invention, product development, patents, intellectual property or product commercialisation? – then this workshop is for you.

Monday 3rd December 13.00 to 17.30 

at the British Library Business & IP Centre 1st Floor, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB

Commissioned by the British Library and the IPO this workshop held at the British Library Business Centre and hosted by Bang Creations and London IP patent & trademark attorneys, these creative, popular and monthly workshops aim is to inform, inspire and support early stage businesses and individuals involved in any aspect of invention, product development and commercialisation.

The result will be clear, useful and tangible information, processes and advice that can be applied to your business or used to address your specific product development issues.

Topics of discussion will include:

  • Project planning
  • Marketing and research & how this influence product design
  • The differences between invention, design and innovation
  • Idea creation
  • Product design, development, costing, prototyping and margin
  • Manufacture or licence?
  • Can you protect your idea with a patent or registered design?
  • Will your idea infringe any third-party IP rights?
  • Patent & design filing strategies and tactics.
  • Trademarks
  • IP ownership issues

To book your place on this workshop go to Eventbrite.co.uk