The Value of Intellectual Property Assets: An Introduction Over Whisky
An evening of networking with an introduction to the emerging asset class of Intellectual Property (IP) with refreshments from Inverarity Vaults.
Intellectual Property is playing an ever greater role in business. Whether it’s used to support a lending application, factored into the balance sheet, defended in the courts or sold off to raise funds, this is an evolving and interesting new asset class.
Who is this event for?
IP is highly relevant to all industries in the private, public and third sector. Entrepreneurs, academics, accountants, lawyers, finance professionals, those in creative industries and everyone in between. If you’d like to be more aware of IP assets and their potential value, this event is for you. Or if you just want to enjoy a dram or two…
LES (the Licensing Executive Society) will provide a brief overview of IP as an emerging asset class and examples of the value it holds including its role in recent deals.
A platform for networking and professional development, the Scottish branch of LES brings together professionals interested in licensing, technology transfer and the commercialisation of IP.
Inverarity Vaults will provide refreshments with a tasting of their very own Whiskies.
Established in 1991, Inverarity Vaults is an independent family run business producing their own Whisky and importing fine wines.
They also supply custom labeled wine and whisky – perfect if you’re in need of a unique gift for a special occasion or need to source corporate gifts which will stand out.
The Value of Intellectual Property Assets: An Introduction over Whisky
Wednesday 13th March 2013 6pm – 8pm
The Glasgow Art Club, 185 Bath Street, Glasgow