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London Tech Week 2019 – IP Clinics

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Intellectual Property Clinics: protecting your inventions, branding and designs

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Keltie will once again be taking part in London Tech Week which this year runs from 10th to 14th June by running free Intellectual Property Clinics throughout the week.

From AI to VR, Blockchain to Networking, Fintech to Fashtech and everything in between, if you have a new idea/invention and you’re not sure how it can be protected then come and speak to one of our patent attorneys at our IP clinics to assess your options.

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 a clinic session to chat with one of our trade mark or design attorneys.

Booking is essential for our IP clinics so please register your interest here and we will be in contact to arrange a convenient time to visit us at our offices at No. 1 London Bridge (just a short walk from London Bridge station). Each session will be around 45 minutes in length.

We also know that London Tech Week can get quite busy and so we also have some extra spaces available in the lead up to London Tech Week and also after the week ends. Again, book early to avoid disappointment.

If you’re new to Intellectual Property then take a look at our post: “New to IP? Here’s 10 facts about Intellectual Property

Mark Richardson 3 May 2019


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