Lunch Plus: Intellectual Property Rights & Social Media – 28th June
You are invited to a Lunch Plus event that will explore intellectual property rights and how social media can be used to boost your business. This event is being made possible by ERDF funding as part of the Sheffield Community Network project.
Jane Lambert, NIPC Law
Jane Lambert is a specialist intellectual property and technology law counsel. Arbitrator and mediator of IP and technology disputes. Mission to bring high quality professional services within reach of those who usually need them most but can often afford them least. Author of “Enforcing Intellectual Property Rights: A Concise Guide for Businesses and Innovative and creative Individuals” published by Gower in March 2009 (http://bit.ly/3c7Hg2).
Jane will talk about intellectual property rights.
Tracey Johnson, Barnsley Development Agency
Tracey Johnson is a sector specialist with over 12 years of experience in the technology and creative industries and a wide knowledge of these sectors locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. Her current role includes attracting CDI sector inward investment into South Yorkshire as well as strategically supporting the indigenous business base and supporting improved sector networking locally and regionally.
Tracey will be talking about how social media can boost your business.
Places are strictly limited and are offered on a first come, first served basis. To reserve your place please email Rachel@ciq.org.uk
This event is free of charge and will be held at 12.30 at:
The Fountain Precinct,
This event is funded by the Sheffield Community Network as part of the European Regional Development Fund. Sheffield Community Network brings together key local partners to deliver a programme of interventions and investment in infrastructure that creates a seedbed for community-based growth, enabling the creation of new businesses and jobs. Thanks to Creative Sheffield for hosting the event.