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May Talks from Exeter Business & IP Centre

By May 10, 2016January 26th, 2021Member News & Updates

May 2016 – Get your business investment ready
 

Introduction to Intellectual Property Essentials

  • 12th of May, 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
  • Delivered by Exeter BIPC
  • Meeting Room 4, Exeter Library, EX4 3PQ
  • FREE

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This workshop is an introduction for beginners to the four main areas of Intellectual Property (patents, trademarks, design and copyright). It is ideal for entrepreneurs, inventors, innovators, pre-business start-ups and anyone who is interested in protecting their ideas.

One hour workshop with 30 minutes at the end for networking.


Intellectual Property Rights – Licensing (in and out).

  • 17th of May, 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
  • Delivered by Innovate West and Stephens Scown
  • Meeting Room 1, Exeter Library, EX4 3PQ
  • FREE

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An introduction to licensing ‘into’ a business AND exploiting your own businesses Intellectual Property – licensing 'out'.

Stephens Scown intellectual property and information technology team in Southernhay Exeter, distil complex legal issues into practical commercial advice.


Lean Start up – your workshop, your lean start.

  • 18th of May, 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
  • Delivered by Lloyd Brina, Innovate West
  • Meeting Room 1, Exeter Library, EX4 3PQ
  • £25.00

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Learn how to reduce risks and increase business success using the widely adopted 'Lean Start-Up’ methodology. Participants will work together to design their business model, explore value propositions and then design an adaptive plan of action that measures what really matters.

Whether you are developing a new venture or a new product/service this workshop is a must. Best of all our provider/third party partner InnovateWest has sponsored us to lower the price by over 80% to just £25 – places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Delivered by experienced innovation adviser Lloyd Brina. Since 2006 Lloyd has assisted around 750 businesses and is perhaps the South West’s leading Business Model Canvas practitioner.


Learn about Business Tax Relief- R & D Tax Credits & the Enterprise Investment Scheme

  • 19th of May, 5:30 pm – 6.30 pm
  • Delivered by Elaine Grose, Old Mill Accountants
  • Meeting Room 1, Exeter Library, EX4 3PQ
  • Free

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Elaine Grose has advises SME businesses on taxation matters. She has extensive experience of a wide range of taxes and industry sectors, including advising on employee share schemes, corporate and property transactions, Research & Development (R&D) claims and personal taxation.


The Intellectual Property Office on patents, the patent box & the IPO finance toolkit

  • 26th of May, 5:00 pm – 6.30 pm
  • Delivered by Intellectual Property Office
  • Meeting Room 4, Exeter Library, EX4 3PQ
  • Free

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The Intellectual Property Office will be joining us at Exeter Library to give an overview of Patents and the Patent Box. The talk will also cover the IPO’s finance toolkit and why you might want to consider Intellectual Property Insurance. This talk is a must for any business considering applying for a Patent or holding a Patent.


Getting Your Business Message Across

  • 31st of May, 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
  • Delivered by Entertainment Bureau
  • Meeting Room 1, Exeter Library, EX4 3PQ
  • Free

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How to ensure you are ‘on message’, when promoting your business.

“Getting Your Message Across” is an interactive workshop aimed at business professionals which covers research, target audience selection and editorial composition.

If you are starting out with your new business or rebranding to target audience and stakeholders, getting your message across has never been so important.

Diane Hinds is an experienced Entertainment PR who is responsible for the reputation management of her clients. This year Diane is embarking on a national tour of libraries and literary festivals to help empower SMEs with their talks on Public Relations, which have already enjoyed success with a former delegate who secured coverage in national print and regional television.

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