How to gain a competitive edge by utilizing IP information
Come and join us for a live webinar and learn how to utilize IPR to boost your innovation and R&D projects. The webinar will be held by our European Patent Attorney Linda Norrgård on 9 June 2020 at 2 pm EEST. The webinar is free of charge.
Are you curious about how you can ensure your company puts its innovation and R&D efforts into the right direction?
We live in an innovation economy and all corporations – big and small – are surely able to maintain at least some kind of an innovation culture. However, when developing new groundbreaking innovative solutions, a solid plan based on data and reliable information is needed.
IP rights (Intellectual Property Rights) can support the success of your innovation and R&D projects in several ways by minimizing risks and securing the considerable investments that often are required.
In recent years, AI based search tools have made relevant patent information more accessible to anyone – make sure your company gains a competitive edge by utilizing this information effectively.
Anyone managing innovation and R&D projects related to new technological solutions. In particular small and medium-sized enterprises as well as startups seeking to create an IP strategy to support business.
You’ll find out:
- How to utilize IP rights to succeed in your innovation and R&D projects
- How to minimize risks so that your investments pay a solid return
- How to utilize and access available patent information
Linda Norrgård is a Finnish and European patent attorney, who is specialized in inventions concerning polymer technology, such as bioplastics, and food technology.
Her experience includes patent prosecution and defense. In the recent years, Linda has worked in close collaboration with startup ecosystems, advising and coaching startup entrepreneurs on creating an IP strategy to support the business.
She also works inhouse in a large multinational corporation and has experience in utilizing IPR for boosting R&D projects.
Do you want to see the recording?Watch the recording here
For additional information please contact:
Marika Kojo, Communications Manager