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Demystifying Intellectual Property, with Trevor Baylis

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Are you worried about people stealing your ideas? Would you like to learn how to protect your ideas, your designs and how to file a patent?

Come to our evening Demystifying Intellectual Property and find out from experts in the field.

Meet Trevor Baylis, who invented the wind-up radio in response to the need to communicate information about AIDS to the people of Africa. He now runs Trevor Baylis Brands plc, a company dedicated to helping inventors to develop and protect their ideas and to find a route to market.

Participate in workshops on:

• Securing and Exploiting IP
• How to read and write a patent
• Getting round a patent
• Protecting your trademarks and designs
• Protecting your software inventions

This is a chance to find out everything you’ve wondered about Intellectual Property from patent attorneys, lawyers and the Patent Office.

This talk is part of the Demystifying Intellectual Property, with Trevor Baylis series.

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