Write the perfect IP Document! – the LINC to host “Create, Learn, Grow”™ Seminar on Writing an IP Document, Tuesday October 2nd

As part of our “Create, Learn, Grow”™ events at the LINC, we are hosting a workshop on Writing an IP Document, Tuesday October 2nd 2012.

The “Create, Learn, Grow”™ Programme is a series of workshops, seminars, events and competitions run throughout the year at the LINC for the benefit of all clients at the LINC, staff and students of ITB and business people within the community that would benefit from this programme. It is an opportunity to up skill in various practical business areas and network with lots of like-minded individuals. The beauty of these events is that not only are they short, practical and taught by some of Dublin’s top business professionals, but they are also completely free of charge to participants!

 Workshop Details:

Facilitated by Cathal Lane of Tomkins. Cathal has acted for some of the world’s leading companies, universities, semi-state companies and SMEs in the pharmaceutical, medical devices, machinery, composite materials and adhesive sectors.

Cathal will discuss how SMEs should present the proprietary element of their business proposition within their Business Plan.

This is one section of the Business plan that potential investors can show great interest in, therefore it is very important that this document is formulated correctly.

This workshop is scheduled to run in the LINC at ITB from 12pm to 1.30pm Tuesday October 2nd.

To book a place for you and/or your team today email Jason.Darcy@itb.ie

We look forward to seeing you there!


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