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Teaching and advising on IP in the creative sector

A platform for debate for business advisers, higher education teaching personnel, technology transfer managers, creative practitioners and lawyers

We live in an innovation-based economy with intellectual property (IP) as the driving force of sustainability and growth. Therefore, IP is one of the most valuable assets of a creative business. Creative sector graduates and businesses need to be aware of how to protect, manage and exploit IP rights in order to sustain or grow a business in a global and very competitive market place. Business advisors and creative sector academics need to recognise the value of IP, know about new opportunities of exploitation and when and where to refer their clients or students for further intervention.

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Date and Time:

8 March 2010 at 8:30 am


Full Day



Asia House
63 New Cavendish Street
020 7307 5454
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