IP Seminar: Have you left the door open for thieves?

“Whether a start up or a multi million pound business, your Intellectual Property is your most valuable asset.” – Brendan O’Brien, Director, Breeze & Wyles Solicitors LLP

Intellectual property, sometimes abbreviated IP, is a legal definition of ideas, inventions, artistic works and other commercially viable products created from one’s own mental processes and essential to the operation of your business. Millions of pounds are lost annually across all industries through IP theft, proving that protection is a necessity not a luxury.

What’s in it for me? Creating value from Intellectual Property

In conjunction with Red Sky Partnership Ltd

Date: Thursday, 5 July 2012Time: 9.30am – 11.00am

Venue: Breeze & Wyles Solicitors LLP, 2nd Floor Stag House, Old London Road, Hertford SG13 7LA

This free seminar will ensure that you’re fully informed on all aspects relating to intellectual property, so that you can safeguard and make the most of what is rightfully yours. It is therefore essential for all business owners.

Using a series of case studies, Sarah Staines of Breeze & Wyles Solicitors LLP will demonstrate the very real value of intellectual property in the operation of any business and give an insight into what can go wrong if protection is not sought.

Attendees will also learn how to reduce tax with Research and Development tax credits, and how this can benefit your business. This is a government incentive for companies developing new technology, and an incentive that government know works, so it keeps getting better with each year. Make sure you are not missing out.Following the talks by Breeze & Wyles and Matrix, there will be opportunity to network with other attendees.Spaces are limited to 25 attendees, therefore please respond by Thursday, 28 June 2012 to secure your place. To register, please email Rachel Harper at rachel.harper@breezeandwyles.co.uk or El Edmunds at el.edmunds@breezeandwyles.co.uk. Alternatively, please call 01992 558411.

 

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