New Zealand: Did you know...James & Wells are proud sponsors of two key business innovation awards this month
Last Updated: 13 June 2012

These events include the New Zealand National Fieldays® and the Growth & Innovation Conference, with our Partner, Kate Wilson, guest speaker. Register Now.

Fieldays® - 13 -1 6 June, Hamilton, Mystery Creek

James & Wells Intellectual Property's1 involvement in the Fieldays® Innovation Centre spans 20 years with our continued IP2 legal support to Fieldays® Innovation business entries and as a prize sponsor. The winning entrant for our sponsored Innovation category award will secure $3,000 worth of specialist IP services provided by James & Wells. Fieldays® is the largest agriculture exhibition in the Southern Hemisphere with the Innovation Centre celebrating New Zealand's ingenuity by showcasing latest agricultural innovations and equipment. The Fieldays runs 13 - 16 June 2012 at Mystery Creek, Hamilton.

Growth & Innovation Conference - 11 June - Hamilton

We are also a prize sponsor for the Growth & Innovation Conference - for business people and entrepreneurs who want to turn global growth aspirations to reality. This one day conference has a terrific line-up of industry speakers including James & Wells Hamilton based Partner, Kate Wilson. Kate is presenting on the IP topic " Clever Thinking - Extracting IP Value". A headsup of Kate's key takeaways - Work smarter, not harder. Learn how to analyze all the clever bits that make up your business and get the tools to make the most of them. By understanding your intangible assets you can maintain and sharpen your competitive edge. To view the full programme and speaker profiles click here.

Footnotes

1 Refers to the ownership of an intangible thing - the innovative idea behind a new technology, product, process, design or plant variety, and other intangibles such as trade secrets, goodwill and reputation, and trade marks. Although intangible, the law recognises intellectual property as a form of property which can be sold, licensed, damaged or trespassed upon. Intellectual property encompasses patents, designs, trade marks and copyright.
2 Refers to the ownership of an intangible thing - the innovative idea behind a new technology, product, process, design or plant variety, and other intangibles such as trade secrets, goodwill and reputation, and trade marks. Although intangible, the law recognises intellectual property as a form of property which can be sold, licensed, damaged or trespassed upon. Intellectual property encompasses patents, designs, trade marks and copyright.

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