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Location: Autosport International Show, NEC, Birmingham, B40 1NT.
Date: Thursday 9th January 2014
Room: Concourse Suite 22 (located in the atrium)
Time: 11am – 12pm
Cost: Free to trade plus refreshments included
Protecting your ideas and brand has never been so important, especially within International Motorsport.
We are therefore delighted to announce that we will be offering a free, informative and practical workshop, entitled Protecting Innovation in Motorsport, on Thursday 9th January 2014 at 11am. This workshop is part of the MIA Business Workshops at Autosport International 2014, in association with Dell, being held at the NEC.
The workshop will help to strengthen your commercial acumen by highlighting how to protect your Research & Development, brought to life with case studies. A panel discussion around the issues facing IP in Motorsport will be followed by a Q & A session.
Following the success of workshops organised at the 2013 show, the MIA are facilitating workshops in 2014 involving the motorsport industry and cross over technologies. They will run across the two trade-only days, 9-10 January 2014, adding value to both the exhibitor and visitor experience.
We have a limit of 50 places for this workshop so make sure you pre-register to guarantee your place. You can pre-register by simply emailing email@example.com and confirming your details.
Refreshments are provided and, as a thank you to all who attend, we will be entering all attendees into a free prize draw to win a bottle of champagne on the day. Simply provide us with your business card at registration.
Wilson Gunn is a national firm of Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys with offices in Manchester, Chesterfield, Birmingham and London. The firm has particular expertise in advising clients in the automotive sector and currently acts for a number of major motor manufacturers as well as businesses in the general automotive and motor sport supply chains.