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Seminar tackles IP protection

Marks & Clerk held an intellectual property breakfast seminar at the Innovation Birmingham Campus.

Tina Rees-Pedlar, M&C; David Hardman, Innovation Birmingham and Rebecca Tew, M&C.
Tina Rees-Pedlar, M&C; David Hardman, Innovation Birmingham and Rebecca Tew, M&C.

Marks & Clerk held an intellectual property breakfast seminar at the Innovation Birmingham Campus on ‘The importance of your brand: Selecting and protecting for growth’. Attendees heard about the issues start-ups and SMEs must consider in relation to IP rights in the digital era.

Marks & Clerk’s Tina Reese-Pedlar and Rebecca Tew delivered the main presentation. Dr David Hardman MBE, CEO of the Innovation Birmingham Campus opened the event.

Pictures by Dale Martin

 

 

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