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NanoMicroClub Meeting and Reception

London | Posted on April 9th, 2009

Date: Thursday 28 May

Location: Marks & Clerk, 90 Long Acre, London, WC2E 9RA

Map located at: www.marks-clerk.com/attorneys/pdf/london.pdf

Time: 4:00 - 7:00 pm

Cost: Free (limited capacity - register early to avoid disappointment)

An ideal meeting for:


  • Start-ups and SMEs to discuss intellectual property strategies
  • New Nanotechnology companies looking to promote innovative products
  • Corporations seeking the opportunity to scout for new technologies


Presentations include:

Rhian Granleese, Chartered UK & European Patent Attorney, Marks and Clerk
"Trends in nanotech - efficient methods to put your IP portfolio in good shape"

Robert Pitt, Senior Designer, Samsung Design Europe
"Finding innovation through nano: a designer's view"

Victor Higgs, Managing Director, Applied Nanodetectors
"Innovative business opportunities- Nanosensor based solutions for global markets"

Programme:

Registration - 4:00pm
Presentations - 4:30-5:30pm
Panel Discussion - 5.30-6:00pm
Networking - 6:00-7:00pm

To register, please contact Del Stark via:

+44 (0) 141 303 8444

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About The Institute of Nanotechnology
The Institute of Nanotechnology is for companies for whom nanotechnology can have an impact on their business. Membership of the Institute of Nanotechnology provides access to the most up to date world-wide information on R&D, application of nanotechnology to your industry, government programs and funding opportunities plus access to advice, invitations to events and networking opportunities with the most influential players in the field. Through a members only website, club events, publications, and mentoring your company will receive the benefits of enhanced competitive edge, investment, cost efficient research, cost savings in production, access to new markets and new suppliers or alliances. Unlike other forums, membership of the Institute of Nanotechnology offers more serious business orientated content, has more influence within political and industrial leaders and has more members from all corners of the globe.

Marks & Clerk is one of Europe’s leading firms of patent and trade mark attorneys. The firm is recognised internationally and has an unrivalled depth of expertise in acquiring, securing and registering IP rights and managing IP portfolios for clients in all sectors worldwide. The firm has a network of UK offices as well as offices in Europe, Canada and the Far East.

About Marks & Clerk

Marks & Clerk’s associated law firm, Marks & Clerk Solicitors, is also a leader in its field advising on all aspects of IP law from litigation to commercial matters.

About the NanoMicroClub

The key aim of the NanoMicroClub (www.nanomicroclub.com) and the Club’s networking meetings, is to bring together nano and microtechnology companies, and to create opportunities for these organizations to both exchange ideas, and interact with select key mentors from leading business support organizations. The Club’s activities will be achieved though a dedicated website with discussion forum capabilities, and through a series of events, organized throughout the UK and Europe.

Benefits of attending the NanoMicroClub networking events, include:


  • Access to top quality advice – legal, technical, financial, managerial
  • Access to potential customers
  • Access to other technology start-ups, to share common experiences
  • Access to potential investors; and knowledge of how to deal with them
  • Access to other sources of funds (regional, national and European) and assistance in applying


The NanoMicroClub series of workshops differs from ‘open’ events run by the Institute of Nanotechnology in that attendance is by invitation only, with attendees being drawn from young and impending nano/micro start-ups, and world-class business support organizations.

For more information, please click here

Contacts:
Del Stark

+44 (0) 141 303 8444

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