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.
08:00 Registration and coffee over bacon rolls
Katy Levitt, Syndicate Room
Andy Bentham, JA Kemp
10:00 Event closes
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.