IP100 Event: Employees – The IP Assets That Walk Out Your Door Everyday

IP100 Event: Employees – The IP Assets That Walk Out Your Door Everyday

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Join us for another exciting IP100 Club networking event, which we are hosting in cooperation with ELITE at London Stock Exchange on the 6th of June.

At this event, we will discuss the challenges that IP-rich SMEs face when managing their informal IP assets and protecting the valuable knowledge held by their employees.

We will have the pleasure of hearing a guest speaker Graeme Malcolm OBE, the CEO and Founder of M Squared, who not only participated in the inaugural ELITE Cohort but has topped the IP100 League as an overall leader in 2017.
It’s a fantastic opportunity for companies in our networks to meet ELITE Cohort 7 Founders and CEOs as well as likeminded peers and entrepreneurs.

DATE:

6th June, 2017

TIME:

5pm to 8pm

LOCATION:

10 Paternoster Square, London EC4M 7LS

WHO IS THIS FOR?

IP100 and ELITE companies, sponsors and champions, and high growth and IP-savvy guest companies
Please note, this event is for IP-rich companies, IP100 and ELITE companies as well as selected sponsors and champions.

ELITE

ELITE is London Stock Exchange Group’s initiative helping ambitious high growth companies to better prepare and structure for the next stages of growth and investment. It has developed into a vibrant ecosystem of over 550 companies from 26 countries, 150+ partners, 100+ investors and a number of supporters spanning from industry, academia and the government worldwide.

IP100

We see a clear overlap between the objectives of ELITE and the IP100. Some of our entrants have already made the leap to join the ELITE programme. We hope that participants in both the ELITE programme and the IP100 will enjoy the benefits of both our platforms as a clear path towards scaling-up and internationalising an IP-rich business.

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