Intellectual Property: a Q&A event for SMEs and innovators

If you’ve developed a new product or process, chances are that you have some valuable intellectual property (IP) in your business.

During this online event we’ll outline how you can grow your business  by identifying and making the most of your IP.

Intellectual Property can be a complex area, especially if it’s your first time engaging with the world of patents, trade marks and designs. This is your chance to ask the experts your burning questions.

What you’ll learn:

  • Intellectual property – what is it? Ownership and common myths
  • Why is it important for a business to protect their brands and products with registration?
  • How are patents and trade marks registered (specifically in Australia) – what’s the basic process?


If you have questions about choosing IP protection and ways to improve your business by making the most of the intellectual property you already own, then this free event is for you.

Date: Tuesday 14 September
Time: 
1-2pm (AEST)
Where: Online webinar

30 min presentation followed by Q&A

Click here to register for this free event (visit Eventbrite website) Alternatively email [email protected].

Our Speakers:

Heather O’Kane is based in Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Prior to becoming a patent attorney Heather worked as a mechanical engineer in the automotive industry for several years. Her extensive practical engineering experience has fostered a strong understanding of how things work and an appreciation for the impact small differences can make toward product improvement (whether it be in efficiency, safety, or aesthetics).

Geraldine Rimmer is based in Brisbane. She enjoys working with innovative clients, assisting them with their branding strategies and general IP protection. Geraldine’s work has involved serving a diversity of clients including multinational corporations, wineries, cosmetic companies, car manufacturers, food and beverage manufacturers, medical appliance developers and also a variety of local businesses.

 



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