Protecting intellectual property subject of workshop

Do you have an idea or innovation you’re preparing for the marketplace? Learn how to protect it during a free workshop on Thursday, Nov. 13 at the Howard Dean Education Center in Springfield. The session is from 10 a.m. to noon and will focus on “How to Protect Your Intellectual Property.”

This is the second of two workshops being held in Springfield to help innovators who are creating new technologies and need the know-how to bring their ideas to market. It’s being co-sponsored by the Vermont Small Business Development Center and the Springfield Regional Development Corp.

Scott Holson, VtSBDC’s technology commercialization advisor, will talk about the various forms of intellectual property protection, how to determine if your innovation should be patented, and the steps involved in the process.

“I encourage anyone to come to the intellectual property workshop who is interested in gaining an understanding of trademarks, copyright, trade secrets and patents,” he says.

Following the workshops, Holson is available to provide free one-on-one advising on starting a business or selling an innovation, and creating a plan to make it happen.

The VtSBDC workshops are available thanks to a $95,000 grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration that’s helping Vermont businesses compete on a national level for research and development opportunities.

To register for the workshop or to learn more about the Technology Commercialization Program, visit vtsbdc.org/commercialize or contact Scott Holson at sholson2@vtsbdc.org

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