Business and Learning Newsletter from Library of Birmingham

Latest news from Business and Learning - October 2021

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Coming soon…Business and Intellectual Property advice in local libraries

The Business and Intellectual Property Centre (BIPC) network is growing! We are pleased to announce that anyone looking to:

  • start a business
  • grow an existing business
  • find out how to protect their branding, copyright or design
  • find out how to get a patent
  • do market research and business planning
  • find out about funding opportunities

will soon be able to get advice and information from these four Birmingham community libraries:

  • Acocks Green
  • Handsworth
  • South Yardley
  • Sutton Coldfield.

Follow us on our social media pages for announcements on launch dates!

Start Up Day – 11 November 2021

Join us for the BIPC National Start Up Day. We will be bringing together experts from all types of businesses to offer advice, information and inspiration for your business journey. Please visit our Eventbrite Booking Page to see the full programme or see the British Library BIPC page for the events happening nationally.

Focus on…Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property is an important and valuable asset for any business. Whether you are looking to protect your copyright, register a trademark or design or find out whether your idea for a product is already patented, we are here to help.
Phil Saunders, one of the team of IP advisors, said “Most of the business we see have not thought about their intellectual property. We can advise them on what they need to protect but also how to make sure they are not infringing on anybody else’s intellectual property. We try and demystify the terminology so that businesses are clear on what they need to do plus all our appointments are confidential and free of charge”
So, if you are not sure about what you can protect for your business book an appointment with us today.

Getting in touch…

Email http://businessandlearning@birmingham.gov.uk

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Article posted 18 October 202

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