PHILIPSBURG–More than twenty entrepreneurs completed the two-day intellectual property business clinic “IP IMPACT” held at the Holland House Beach Hotel on June 22 and 23.
Attendees included start-up and established businesses as well as teachers and creative entrepreneurs. Facilitator specialist on intellectual property in the region, Kayanne Anderson, is also a lawyer and founder of IP Exchange Caribbean. Anderson emphasized the various intellectual property assets that exist and how to leverage these assets to grow and scale businesses; stated the press release on Tuesday.
The focus of the IP IMPACT was not only showing participants how to register intellectual property, but also having them understand the economic benefits of adequately incorporating intellectual property into one’s business. The discussion included information on intellectual property as a financial asset, as well as having an IP strategy. The interactive sessions included conducting trademark and patent searches, as well as group exercises.
Office World supplied INFOBIZZ with prizes such as phones for the sessions. Foundation INFOBIZZ said in the release that it has successfully hosted the IP IMPACT and is now diligently working towards the annual international business development experience DOMINATE 360, which will be held on November 2–4.
Source: The Daily Herald https://www.thedailyherald.sx/islands/67279-20-plus-complete-business-clinic