IP Australia Workshop: Learn how your IP is protected

For many start-up businesses, academics and entrepreneurs, intellectual property (IP) is the difference between success and failure.

Much of your creativity and innovation can be protected with registered IP like patents for inventions, trade marks for brands, and designs for the way a product looks.

Join IP Australia’s Michael Amon, for a two hour workshop on the ins and outs of IP.

Here’s what you can expect

This workshop will give you the tools you need to help you understand the basics of IP and how it is applied to your research or business.

What you will learn at this workshop

  • The basics of IP - overview of the Registered IP - patents, trade marks, designs
  • The options available for start-ups when approaching IP
  • The registration process, costs and timeframes
  • Understanding IP within a business plan, marketing and contracts

IP Australia is the Australian Government agency that administers intellectual property (IP) rights and legislation relating to patents, trade marks, designs and plant breeder's rights.

RSVP to attend. Lunch is provided.

Date & time

11am–1pm 3 Nov 2017

Location

Room:N101 Seminar Room

Speakers

Michael Amon, Trainer and Mentor, IP Australia

Contacts

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