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Presentations: Intellectual Property Nov 2014

On 25th November 2014, IRDG hosted an Intellectual Property in your Business seminar.  It was attended by over 100 guests and we had excellent presentations and panel discussion involving a range of speakers.  Copies of the presentations are available for members only on the following links.

Patricia McGovern, DFMG Solicitors
How to recognise & manage IP arising from your Research & Innovation
Paper: IRDG Lecture

Peter Vale, Grant Thornton
Taxation and Budget 2015: Intangible Assets & the Knowledge Box

John …

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Intellectual Property in your Business

Recognising and Maximising your Intellectual Property – Knowledge Box and Intangible Assets Taxation – Negotiating IP in Collaborative Research & Innovation – Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI)

Crowne Plaza Blanchardstown Hotel, Dublin
Tuesday 25th Nov – 9.30am to 1.30pm
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IRDG’s final seminar of 2014 will focus on Intellectual Property – a complex, yet highly significant topic in the area of Research & Innovation.  This half-day seminar will feature:

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Collaborate to Innovate

‘Alternative sources of funding & expertise for your R&D’
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Blanchardstown, Dublin
Wednesday 25th June, 9.15am to 1.30pm

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Event Details:

  • Know what these groups can offer your Company – Start-up, SME, MNC
  • Hear from other Companies who have already been involved – Industry Case Studies from Roche Ireland & Smart Wall Paint
  • Explore the Industry Academia interface & how it works

Collaborate to Innovate Event

Featuring:

  • Keynote: Professor Anita Maguire,
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KTI Website

Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI)

Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI) was launched on Wednesday, 28th May 2014 by Minister Bruton and Minister Sherlock at the Convention Centre Dublin.

Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI), the first resource of its kind in Europe, is now the State-funded central technology transfer office.  It works with all stakeholders in the Research & Development arena – businesses, Universities, Institutes of Technologies, State research organisations etc.  This is to ensure State funded technologies, ideas and expertise are maximised, getting them into the hands of …

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