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Free Seminar ‘Plants to Products – From Concept to Commercialisation’ with focus on product commercialisation and (IP)

Plants to Products - From Concept to Commercialisation

Tuesday, 23rd April 2013

A half day seminar on product commercialisation and Intellectual Property (IP) rights

Tuesday, 23rd April 2013

Neuadd Reichel, Ffriddoedd Road, Bangor Gwynedd, LL57 2TR
08.30am – 1.00pm
Buffet lunch and refreshments. Parking available

BEACON would like to invite you to this exciting and FREE seminar to learn more about the commercialisation of “plants to products” in the bio-economy.

The Seminar includes wide ranging topics such as:

•  How BEACON adds value to your business as the “bridge to market” for new product, process and technology development and thus helps minimize market risk
•  How businesses can access a range of pilot-scale equipment and scientific expertise for research and development work
•  How to identify, protect and exploit your Intellectual Property (IP) in the marketplace and create value for your business
•  The impact of IP on the development of natural cosmetics
•  The financial support available from Welsh Government to commercially exploit your IP

Following a series of presentations by legal and industry professionals and Welsh Government there will be a Q&A session with opportunities to ask questions. The seminar will close with a buffet lunch and networking.

This seminar will appeal to micro businesses, start-up companies, SMEs and large corporates active in the bio-economy in Wales. Market sectors ripe for development include agriculture, natural cosmetics, forest and natural products, natural fibres, health and medical, bio-based polymers, nutraceutical and pharmaceutical.

RSVP by Friday 19th of April to Raine Williams: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

As places are limited for this event, please book early to avoid disappointment!

posted: 08 April 2013

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The seminar ‘Plants to Products – From Concept to Commercialisation’ has focus on product commercialisation and Intellectual Property (IP) rights in the bio-economy.