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Linzi Boyd, brand expert and authorPlay to win - building a famous brand
Linzi Boyd, brand expert and author (28-Jul-2014)
It's getting easier for an entrepreneur to build a famous brand if you have all your tools in place
Luke Burton, Manager, Business and IP Centre, NewcastleThe business implications of Intellectual Property
Luke Burton, Manager, Business and IP Centre, Newcastle (16-Jul-2014)
Intellectual Property is an issue that can affect businesses of all shapes and sizes and is as much about protecting ideas and creations as it is about patenting formulas and designs
Sarah Staines, Consultant Solicitor, Breeze and WylesProtect your IP, protect your business
Sarah Staines, Consultant Solicitor, Breeze and Wyles (26-Aug-2013)
All businesses have Intellectual Property, but most donít realise its value until it is too late. Identify your IP and learn how to protect it
Simon Portman, Managing Associate, Marks and ClerkProtect and benefit from your IP
Simon Portman, Managing Associate, Marks and Clerk (02-Aug-2013)
IP organisation is a complex and expensive business. It is therefore always crucial to ensure that the tax tail doesnít wag the company dog
Farzana Rahman, MD, The Desi Doll CompanyResolving Copyright infringement - David and Goliath
Farzana Rahman, MD, The Desi Doll Company (03-Jul-2013)
As more corporate information is available on the web, finding your text or imagery has been used by copied in some way is a likely occurrence. What do you do?
John Spence, Co-owner of Add PeopleBusiness risk of duplicate website copy
John Spence, Co-owner of Add People (28-Jun-2013)
Businesses are increasingly reliant on search engines to enable potential customers to find them so itís alarming that 1 in 4 are being penalised for duplicated content
Reed SmithInternational business risks - contracts, payments and IP
Reed Smith (27-Jun-2013)
Contract breaches and payment defaults are the biggest causes of commercial disputes when operating overseas, but IP disputes are expected to increase
Dr Michael Servian, IP Solicitor, Freeth CartwrightIntellectual Property disputes made easier
Dr Michael Servian, IP Solicitor, Freeth Cartwright (22-May-2013)
Cutting red tape for small businesses and enabling them to resolve disputes more expeditiously is an excellent step forward and a significant improvement in legal provisions for intellectual property
Ric Williams, Jonathan Paton, Directors, Trademark HelplineCompanies at risk by failing to protect their IP
Ric Williams, Jonathan Paton, Directors, Trademark Helpline (06-Feb-2013)
90% of UK SMEs are at risk because they havenít protected their brand, but for a relatively small cost you can protect your business and have peace of mind
Vince Cable, Business SecretaryBritish manufacturing showcase and competition
Vince Cable, Business Secretary (07-Aug-2012)
The Make it in Great Britain exhibition highlights the exciting place that UK manufacturing can take us in the next few years, helping to solve problems and innovate
Armourers and Brasiers CompanyBritish innovation brings light to photovoltaic cells
Armourers and Brasiers Company (13-Jul-2012)
Researchers at Oxford University have just won a major prize to develop a high-technology coating with the potential to reduce the manufacturing costs solar cells
Maxine Horn, CEO, Creative BarcodeA novel way to protect your innovative ideas and projects
Maxine Horn, CEO, Creative Barcode (14-Jun-2012)
Protect your ideas - the first IP innovation for more than 30 years and it's fit for the digital age

in: Articles

Frances BrindleGoing for growth
Frances Brindle
Help and information available to help develop your business
Robin WebbLooking after your IP in collaborative projects
Robin Webb
Intellectual Property is the oil that keeps the wheels of innovation turning, says Robin Webb Director of Innovation, UK Intellectual Property Office.


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