When we think of intellectual property, we associate it with businesses, big cities and high streets. We think of technology, start-ups, big brands.
Patents protect the features and process that make things work. A patent can only be granted for something that is new and inventive. A patent has to be renewed every year but can last for up to 20 years.
I was watching an episode of Only Fools and Horses on Sunday evening. Del Boy always believes they have a business idea certain to make them a fortune.
Summer has well and truly arrived in the UK, with temperatures hitting 30 degrees in certain areas this week.
Without intellectual property (IP), our lives would be very different.
Trevor, who was without doubt one of the best known British inventors, sadly passed away on 5 March 2018 at his much loved home on Eel Pie Island, Twickenham.
As much as I’ve enjoyed the Easter holidays, I’m glad to get back into a routine.
This is one of the most common sayings the Business Outreach team hear when attending exhibitions and events throughout the UK.
On planet earth there are around 7.6 billion people, and a third of them play computer games.
Investment in intangible assets is becoming increasingly important in the modern economy.
What an eventful few days it’s been – I’ve not seen so much snow for a long time!