London Technology week, “a hotbed of tech innovation, business successes, entrepreneurship and creative talent”, is back this year from 15 June. Following our popular Intellectual Property clinics last year, Keltie will again be offering a series of face-to-face clinic sessions throughout the whole week to provide personalised advice on protecting your inventions, ideas, branding and designs. The clinic sessions are free of charge and last around 45 minutes. Booking is essential.
If you have a new idea/invention and you’re not sure how it can be protected or if you’ve designed your product and want to launch to market, or if you’re branding (or re-branding) your company and are looking for advice, then book on to one of our clinic sessions for a free, no obligation chat with one of our patent or trade mark attorneys.
Email Katy Montague in our marketing department (details below) to arrange a clinic session at our London Bridge office. Please provide your name, company name, contact details and what you’d like to talk about (patents, designs, trade marks or all three!) and we’ll get back to you with availability.
Contact: Katy Montague
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (please put “London Tech Week” in the subject line)
London Tech Week Event Page: http://londontechnologyweek.co.uk/2015/04/free-intellectual-property-clinics-inventions-branding-and-design-protection-advice/
Clinic location (Map below):
No. 1 London Bridge
Clinic Opening Hours
The Keltie IP Clinic opens on 15 June at 9.30am and runs until 19 June at 4pm. Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment. Each session will be around 45 minutes in length.
New to Intellectual Property? Then try our Introduction to Intellectual Property series
Part 1 – Are You Protecting Your Most Valuable Assets? An Introduction to Intellectual Property
Part 2 – Spot The Difference…. How do you Deal with Copying?
Part 3 – Patents and confidential information
Part 4 – Brand Protection and Commercialisation
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Mark Richardson 28 April 2015