The Cambridge Information and IP Meeting provides trainings on IP Matters and Patent search and analysis. Early Bird rate ends on Friday!
Cambridge Information and IP Meeting Training Days in October
The next training courses take place over two days on 16th and 17th October. On 16th October we offer IP Matters in the morning, followed by a new course Prosecution & Legal Patent Searching in the afternoon. On 17th October Core Patent Search Skills runs in the morning followed by Freedom to Operate Search and Analysis in the afternoon.
Prosecution & Legal Patent Searching is a new course. It is suitable for all those who carry out, commission or analyse patentability, opposition, validity or invalidity [atemt searches. If you have less than two years search experience we rcommend you start with the Core Patent Search Skills course.
All trainings include practical sessions (bring your own laptop to work on Minesoft’s Patbase patent database) and we invite attendees to join us for lunch on the day they attend. This allows time for discussion and development of ideas that come up during the sessions. Thanks to our October training day sponsors: Minesoft and the UK IPO. The ‘ Early Bird ‘ rate (£150 +VAT) for each half day finishes on 26 September, bookable through Eventbrite. 50% discount for students available on request.
Trainings provided by:
Jane List, Extract Information
Stuart Newbold, PSIM
All events take place at Homerton Conference Centre in Cambridge, UK.
Become a sponsor of CIIPM events and trainings.
Get in touch if you would like to become a sponsor. We have room for one additional sponsor on 16th October. And we are looking for sponsors for the four March 2020 training courses and the 2020 annual meeting.
About Cambridge Information and IP Meeting: CIIPM was established in 2015 to provide a space for those involved with the business of IP and technology commercialisation to share knowledge, to network, and to keep up to date with best practice. Our 2020 meeting takes place on 1st July 2020 at Homerton College Conference Centre. If you have any questions about CIIPM or would like to get involved in the future please don’t hesitate to get in touch or go to www.ciipm.co.uk.
The Cambridge Information and Intellectual Property Meeting (CIIPM) was founded by Jane List and Stuart Newbold. CIIPM hosts an annual meeting and provides training in the IP matters and information search and analysis. The CIIPM annual meeting provides an opportunity for knowledge sharing for those engaged with the commercialisation of technologies using intellectual property, and those needing information to make legal and commercial decisions.