UMB School of Social Work Ambassador Donna Egbulem formally invites you to attend EIN's Intellectual Property Workshop on Wednesday, December 7th from 5pm-7pm at Hosick Hall, Bressler Research Building (655 W Baltimore St, Floor 1).
This workshop will focus on how one can protect their company as well as the patent process at UMB. Speakers will include a corporate lawyer who specializes in startup, a representative from the UMB Technology Transfer Office, and a current student at UMB who has successfully filed a patent and started a company.
Food will be served!
Click here to register for free: www.eventbrite.com/e/entrepreneurship-innovation-network-ein-intellectual-property-workshop-tickets-29107529404
Are you interested in learning more about how to start a business or launch a social enterprise? Social enterprises are businesses with a primarily social mission that reinvest the majority of their profits in pursuit of that mission. It is imperative to master the art of using innovative legal/financial structures to place intellectual property rights in common-ownership or charitable structures where they can be held in trust for wide social benefit, and at the same time protect the originating social enterprise from commercial competition. This workshop will provide a starting point for collaboration between leaders based at University of Maryland and potential commercialization partners to create, launch, and scale social enterprises. In particular, this workshop will offer a conceptual understanding of how university knowledge and resources, including intellectual property, can be capitalized on through creation of social enterprises.
Questions? Please email Donna Egbulem at firstname.lastname@example.org