15 Nov 2012

Protecting intellectual property in software businesses

Software IP event

Start: 6 Dec 2012 – 08:45
End: 6 Dec 2012 – 12:30
Venue: Bewick Hall, Newcastle City Library
Address: Charles Avison Building, 33 New Bridge Street West, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom, NE1 8AX
Telephone: 0191 2774100

If you are developing software in your business, you could be creating valuable intellectual property (IP).

The protection of your IP is crucial if you want to exploit the work you’ve put in and license your products, both in the UK and overseas. Traditionally, software companies have relied on copyright to protect their ideas but this is only one avenue you can use.

This joint event with experts from Enterprise Europe Network, SunderlandSoftwareCity, HMRC and Urquhart-Dyke & Lord will help you understand why you should aim to protect your IP and how to go about it. There will be the chance for you to work with patent attorneys, funding specialists and software experts as part of this free event.

This event is only open to businesses who are developing software as part of their activity and places are limited. To enquire about attendance, please email [email protected].

Register for the event and find out more information

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