|31 January 2014|
Mike Weatherley MP for Hove & Portslade, East Sussex neighbouring the Creative Barcode home town of Brighton will be giving a briefing to our IP Innovation members and non-members on January 13th, 2014 hosted at the British Library, IP Centre, Euston Road, London, NW1
Mike will brief delegates on his role and share his own aims and objectives followed by a Q & A session with delegates.
Mike comes from a strong professional background in Intellectual Property for both music and film. Before his election to Parliament in 2010, Mike was the Vice President (Europe) for the Motion Picture Licensing Company and previously worked for music industry giant Pete Waterman.
As an MP, Mike has pushed hard to raise awareness of Intellectual Property Rights amongst his colleagues. Mike's Rock the House initiative, which is now Parliament's largest competition, is a popular vehicle which achieved this aim.
Maxine Horn, CEO Creative Barcode say’s “this is a great opportunity for the creative industries IP sector to meet Mike, learn about his role and possibly influence at the highest level”
Delegate places can be booked via Creative Barcode www.creativebarcode.com/events and are free to IP Innovation Fund members use promo code IPIFMW9DEC or £50 plus vat per delegate to non-members. Numbers are limited and places therefore available on a first booked basis. Not sure if you are an IP Innovation fund member? Email email@example.com
For background on Mike’s Appointment see http://www.creativebarcode.co.uk/newsitem?item=90
And www.mikeweatherleymp.com/photos for press photos.
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Creative Barcode is a unique Digital IP tagging fit for the digital age. It enables individuals, businesses, social enterprises and institutions to attribute ownership and share concepts within a trust based framework in a fast, easy and low cost manner.
In three years since launch, Creative Barcode has attracted thousands of users from more than 30 countries and has gained the endorsement of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO). The CB system has never been breached.