New Zealand: Worlds leading IP strategist to feature in Innovate to Succeed Workshops
Last Updated: 2 September 2013

Join internationally recognised IP strategist Kate Wilson as she presents at the Innovate to Succeed workshop series targeted at engaging and maximising the value of innovation for business' of any size.

As a partner of James & Wells Intellectual Property1, Kate's wealth of knowledge and expertise is highly regarded having appeared on the Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) Strategy 300 list three years in a row.

The workshops are designed so that participants can identify and develop areas of opportunity that will enhance their competitive edge when their product or service is launched into the market. Not only will participants walk away from the workshop with their own free Innovation Tool Kit, but Kate's expert advice will be delivered at an exceptional rate at only $99+gst.

If growing your business sounds like a step in the right direction, registrations are still open around the country.

  • Dunedin 16th of September at the BNZ Partners Centre, Level 1, 98 George Street, Dunedin City
  • Christchurch: 17th of September at the BNZ Partners Centre, Level 1, 5 Sir William Pickering Drive, Russley, Christchurch
  • Auckland 18th of September at the BNZ Partner Centre Level 6, Deloitte Tower, 80 Queen Street, Auckland
  • Hamilton 19th of September at the James & Wells, Level 12, KPMG Centre, 85 Alexandra Street, Hamilton 3204

Kate brings over two decades of experience to these unique half day interactive sessions, providing an opportunity to discuss commercial and intellectual property strategies.

"It is crucial to know how to identify distinctiveness, how to capture, then leverage it – so kiwi businesses can maximise their true potential in a competitive market", Kate says. "New Zealand's edge is our cleverness, our intellectual property and the strategies we build around it. We just need to apply clever thinking to achieve this".

Registrations are still open around the country. Click here for the workshop outline, dates and to register online.


1Refers 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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