CIIPM Training Day: IP Matters and Commercialisation, March 2018
A one day (or two half days) training session on IP and commercialisation (morning) followed by a session on Freedom to Operate searches and how to link these to your product development process (afternoon).
|Dates||14 Mar 2018 - This event is in the past.|
|Opening times||10:00 – 14:00 GMT, 13:00 – 17:00 GMT|
|Venue||Homerton College, Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 8PH|
The two sessions can be booked separately; follow the links below for full details of each session and to book
IP And Commercialisation (10:00 – 14:00 GMT)
During the morning we will provide you with a basic understanding of how to develop, commercialise and manage IP. We will review how to go about working with others from the IP perspective, to include, contracts and confidentiality agreements, building an IP strategy, preparing an IP policy, and IP matters relating to employees. The training will consider IP management, and provide a framework for establishing a robust practice in house.
For full details of the session please see the Eventbrite link at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/2-ip-and-commercialisation-tickets-39006071209
Freedom to Operate Search & Analysis (13:00 – 17:00 GMT)
Companies, large and small, all need to take care to ensure that, as far as possible, their potential product, or process, will not infringe any existing products or patents. This training will cover aspects of freedom to operate (FTO). We will review how to prepare for FTO searching, how to stage FTO according to where you are in the product development process, and what you can do when your budget is limited. How to perform a limited ‘FTO’ on a small budget to minimize risks, and how to perform a full ‘clearance’. The training will also cover how to analyse the results, and how to report your findings.
For full details of the session please see the Eventbrite link at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/4-freedom-to-operate-search-and-analysis-tickets-28875515444
Who should attend? Anyone who wants to learn more about managing innovation practices and the commercialisation of technologies in relation to IP.
Training provided by: Jane List, Extract Information and Stuart Newbold, PSIM
Cost: £150 (EarlyBird until 23rd Feb) - £225 +VAT per half-day which includes lunch and refreshments.
Discount if both sessions booked.
Go to individual event links above for full ticket options
Extract Information, founded in 2013 is based in South Cambridgeshire and provides search, training and consultancy services for clients needing expert search and analysis of patent information, and expertise in IP management and technology commercialisation. Extract Information provides training adn guidance for those wishing to establish robust patent search and analysis expertise in house.