IPR Intensive Entrepreneurship
This complete 2.5 day “The “IPR Intensive Entrepreneurship” course creates understanding of the value proposition and value chain in bio-medical and bio-based industries and the ability to identify the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)-related challenges and business opportunities in these areas. It helps future entrepreneurs to understand the manner in which to operate in order to maximise the commercial opportunities of their start-up ventures. In addition to financing, pricing and reimbursement of life-science related products it teaches how IPR-intensive R&D can be positioned as a value proposition in business plans and pitches with the view of moving.
The IPR intensive Entrepreneurship course can be combined with the IP in Innovative Science.
Date: 27-28-29 June
Location: Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Geleen
Head lecturer: Prof. Anselm Kamperman Sanders, professor of intellectual property law, (UM)