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Protecting your IP when Crowdfunding (A Cambridge Network event)

Venue :  The Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road, Cambridge CB3 0GT
Organiser name :  Becky Dodds
Organiser email :  becky.dodds@cambridgenetwork.co.uk
Organiser tel :  01223 760102
Start date/time :  08:00
End date/time :  10:00

We'll hear from crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom about how crowdfunding works and can benefit IP-oriented businesses and JA Kemp will discuss how to identify and mitigate the IP risks involved at July's Breakfast meeting.

Crowdfunding is a new and exciting way for businesses to attract the investment they need to grow and succeed. But a business has to publicise itself in detail at an early stage in order to attract such investment: what are the risks to its IP position in terms of such early disclosure?

Katy Levitt, an Investment Associate with Cambridge-based crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom explains how crowdfunding works and can benefit IP-oriented businesses and Andy Bentham and others from the Cambridge office of Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys JA Kemp discuss how to identify and mitigate the IP risks involved.

Agenda

08:00 Registration and coffee over bacon rolls

08:30 Speakers

Katy Levitt, Syndicate Room

Andy Bentham, JA Kemp

09:30 Networking

10:00 Event closes

To attend

Any Cambridge Network member may attend, with the focus of the meeting being on members with under 50 staff. There is a small charge of £15+VAT for members to attend. Please register on the Cambridge Network website link on this page. Non-members may also attend this session at a fee of £25+VAT, or they may wish to join for £50+VAT and come along to many other networking events for free and breakfast events at the member rate.

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Organisation:  Cambridge Network