Tue, 17 Sept


London South Bank University

How to Protect Your Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property is an area of business, which is often misunderstood and overlooked.

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How to Protect Your Intellectual Property

Time & Location

17 Sept 2019, 13:30 – 17:30

London South Bank University, London South Bank University, 90 Loondon Rd, London SE1 6LN UK

About The Event

How to Protect Your Intellectual Property

As a small business owner you have taken the steps to start or grow your business. You have read the relevant books and blogs, watched and listened to numerous webinars and podcasts and may even have started trading.

Now it’s time to understand how to protect you and your business.

Intellectual Property is an area of business, which is often misunderstood and overlooked. Join us for a practical session where we together we will get to grips with what IP or Intellectual Property means to you and how you can ensure you are protected.

Who should attend?

Whether you are working on your business plan or growing your business it’s important you know and understand the fundamentals of Intellectual Property

Learning Objectives:

• Understand what intellectual property is and how you can protect yourself and your business

• Discuss the legal requirements regarding intellectual property, trademarks, patents and copyright

Janice Beckles is a multi-faceted business consultant from Kent with a mission to help people live after redundancy, and empower people to live fulfilling and purposeful lives through personal development. Personal development is an important part of business, because you cannot change your outer world without first changing and addressing your inner dimension.

Janice has a great deal of commercial experience, and has set up and run many worthwhile projects under the B Consultancy LTD umbrella. One of which includes a programme called Getting Started, which helps people who have been unemployed for a while to start their own businesses. The programme gives them the tools required to start their own business alongside essential training to help them transition in their mind-set from unemployed to being a boss.

Janice currently runs a number of business events with an edge of class to make people feel valued and supported, no matter what stage in their business they are. The events have attracted many successful entrepreneurs and speakers. Janice has many plans for growth and expansion in 2018 and beyond. She aims to open a business incubator, with a difference, where start ups can receive business support over afternoon tea. She also aims to provide affordable work-space so that business owners do not need to work in isolation.

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