• Protecting intellectual property: Entrepreneurship Forum set for Oct. 14

    For most startup companies, their intellectual property, including their brand, logo, taglines, documents and innovations, are their most important assets. Those assets need to be protected from competitive infringement.

    Business owners can learn how to manage and protect their intellectural property at the fall Entrepreneurship Forum set for Tuesday, Oct. 14 at CSU Monterey Bay.

    The free forum, to be held from 2 to 4:30 p.m. in the University Center ballroom, is sponsored by the Institute for Innovation and Economic Development and CSUMB’s College of Business.

    This session will feature an industry presentation and a panel of legal experts. Audience members will have an opportunity to interact with the speakers.

    For more information, contact MaryJo Zenk at 831-582-3230 or e-mail her at mzenk@csumb.edu.

    The University Center is located on Sixth Avenue at B Street. Driving directions and a campus map can be found at csumb.edu/maps. Visitors must purchase a parking permit from the machine on the lot or online at http://parking.csumb.edu/buy-permit

    About CSU Monterey Bay’s Entrepreneurship Forums

    Each semester, the Institute for Innovation and Economic Development, in partnership with the College of Business, hosts an Entrepreneurship Forum. Past forums have addressed topics such as how startups quickly nail the product that sells; advice from lenders; and a look at crowdfunding.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on October 2, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News

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