Webinars 15 July 2020

Webinar#6: An Introduction to IP Commercialisation for NGI Community

When: 15 July 2020 | 10:00 AM

Where: Online

Intellectual Property (IP) commercialisation enables IP owners to extract value from their IP assets and allows the actors in the ecosystem to create revenue streams for their businesses.

There are several routes for commercialising IP, each having its own conditions. Thus, understanding the fundamentals of these alternatives is of significant importance when developing your business strategy.

As TETRA project, we are here to guide you in your IP-related issues and make you get a head start on managing your IP assets in your NGI projects. Then, this webinar has been designed for you, if you want or need to learn the essentials of IP commercialisation, in particular:

• what IP commercialisation is all about,
• the main routes for IP commercialisation,
• the basics of IP assignments and IP licensing,
• general essential elements in IP licensing contracts

Looking forward to meeting you and talking about IP when the July sun is shining out there!

For registrations please click HERE.

Onur Emul is the Deputy Manager-International Cooperation at the Intellectual Property Institute Luxembourg (IPIL) with more than 15 years of experience in IP-advisory field along with his Chemical Engineering background. After working as a Patent and Trademark Attorney for several years, he got involved with a number of European projects dealing with IP issues in technology transfer and innovation management processes as well as in project development and communication activities.
Onur is a registered IP Court Expert in Criminal and Civil Law cases, and he is continuing to be in charge of different international projects and stakeholder management activities. At NGI TETRA project, he is in charge of delivering IP-related services to the NGI beneficiaries.

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