IP Overview Lecture – New Enterprise Incentive Scheme Participants (3 December 2009)

Title: IP Overview Lecture – New Enterprise Incentive Scheme Participants
Location: Innovation Centre of Western Australia
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Description: This workshop gives an overview of intellectual property considerations for people starting out in any new business. Material covered includes brand protection and trade marks, copyright considerations such as when engaging a website developer or photographer as well as a look at other forms of IP. How to protect IP you develop in your business along with how to avoid start-up pitfalls including how to safely use other people’s IP.

The course is focussed on NEIS participants but is open to any new start up business.

The NEIS Program (New Enterprise Incentive Scheme) is a Federally funded program designed to help eligible recipients to start a new, viable small business.

The NEIS program started in 1985, and is Australia’s longest running and most successful employment program. Over that time, more than 100,000 people have participated in the program.

NEIS provides you with:
* FREE training in small business management and business skills, and business plan development.
* Income support for the first 12 months of business operations
* Mentoring support for 12 months

Start Time: 09:30
Date: 2009-12-04
End Time: 11:30

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