Wynne-Jones IP among top sponsors at CoInnovate 2018

Wynne-Jones IP among top sponsors at CoInnovate 2018

We are thrilled” to be supporting the annual CoInnovate 2018 conference, which encourages industry-leading collaboration between established and developing innovators in the technology sector.

Wynne Jones IP, which advises businesses on all aspects of IP rights and IP strategy, , is sponsoring the IP Management Expert Corner at the event at Mercure Holland House Hotel on January 24.

They will be joining sponsors including European Regional Development Fund, The University of Manchester Intellectual Property Limited, Innovate UK, and Endeavr.

Commercial director at Wynne Jones IP, Jayne Nation, said it was a real honour to be supporting this international event which has the potential to create unparalleled technological advancements.

 She said: “We are so excited to be sponsoring the IP Management Expert Corner at this year’s CoInnovate event.

“We are delighted to be able to support an event that plays such a vital role in bringing together some of the world’s leading innovators with the aim of driving technological change in Wales.

 “One aspect of innovation that we feel is vital in the development of any innovation is intellectual property.

“With that in mind, we will be on hand to provide expert advice to delegates during the conference, to ensure they are able to maximise the impact of their products whilst they are in development and when they are launched in the marketplace.”

 

For more information on the CoInnovate Conference and to register, visit: http://coinnovate.co.uk/ 

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