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Two Keltie events for London Tech Week 2017

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LTW_728x90London Tech Week, a week long festival of events in London showcasing the best of tech, returns this summer (12-16 June) and Keltie is again taking part with two separate events.

1)  Surviving the Valley of Death – and having a good business afterwards

On 13th June Keltie will be co-hosting a seminar focusing on the legal, IP and finance challenges facing start-up companies. We’re delighted to be presenting this seminar with experts from Moore Blatch (legal service provider to the tech sector), Newable (startup business advice)  and Seraphim Capital (a UK based venture capital firm). Our seminar listing (see link below) has full details of the event including how to book and firm and speaker biographies.

Link to Seminar listing

 2)  Intellectual Property Clinics: protecting your inventions, branding and designs

We will also be running a series of IP clinics again which are the perfect opportunity for start-ups and entrepreneurs wanting to discuss the protection of their inventions, trade marks and designs.

Each clinic session lasts 45 minutes. Our clinic listing (see below) has full details including how to book (Note: booking essential). IP clinics are available anytime from now until 16th June.

Link to IP Clinics listing


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