As a Business Outreach Manager, it's my role to raise awareness of IP and I find myself often saying: You don't have to look far, IP is all around us.
All businesses will own IP. Most businesses will also use IP that doesn't belong to them. These blogs share experience of businesses in using IP and our work to help businesses understand IP better.
So, I’ve recently had my first fall. I think I’ve done quite well, 1 year and 4 months since my ‘On your bike’ blog.
It’s a sad occasion when one of your favourite television series comes to an end, how can you fill the void?
To be honest, I haven’t got much love for Valentine’s Day. Restaurants are crammed with couples who wish they were at home in comfort watching a film.
Patents are by far and away the most complex, time consuming and expensive of the types of intellectual property dealt with at the IPO.
In the current climate, it is more vital than ever that smaller businesses understand and have confidence in the growing choice of finance available to help them succeed.
It can’t be far away now. The John Lewis advert is on, Sky movies has a special Christmas channel and Jona Lewie is in a kitchen, trying to stop the cavalry.
In 1913, the British textiles industry achieved its highest output – 7 billion square yards of cloth were produced.
Watching the inspirational Karren Brady on The Apprentice recently rejuvenated memories of when I started my own career in the gaming industry.
My name is Roland Wilding. I had a computer career during which I came across software licences and I became interested in IP.