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In this free workshop we introduce the British Library's Business & IP Centre, and provide a practical introduction to essential sources of business information, events and activities. We explain how they can be used to meet the needs of your business, and help you achieve success.
About the BIPC:
Our Centre offers access to a comprehensive collection of business and intellectual property information sources, as well as practical workshops, one-to-one advice sessions and inspiring talks which can help you make informed decisions about the development of your business ideas.
We have over £5m worth of online market reports from top publishers Mintel, Frost & Sullivan, Euromonitor amongst others, company data for over 144 million UK and global companies, over 60 million patents and more. With a Reader Pass you can access all of these resources for free in the centre and get your business ahead of the competition.
By taking part in this webinar you have been automatically enrolled on Innovating for Growth Start-ups. An ERDF funded British Library programme to help get your business off the ground. I4G Start-ups consists of 12 hours of support spread over 6 webinars that you can choose from: Introduction to IP, Patents and Patents Searching, Copyright for Business, Why I need a Trade Mark and how to search for one, Market Research and Value Proposition Design, Get Started I and Get Started II.
Once you have completed all of these webinars and filled out the feedback form, we will send you a certificate of completion.
Presented by Seema Rampersad
Seema has a long career in the library and information field. She has used collaborative technologies for over 20 years and is currently the Senior Researcher and Service Manager at the Business & IP Centre at the British Library. Seema has worked with a diverse range of businesses from all sectors, especially helping those who are at a start-up and growth levels.
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