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Understanding Intellectual Property (IP) and Copyrights

January 29 @ 3:10 pm - 4:40 pm

In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, protecting intellectual property is paramount. This workshop teaches you to protect your creative work, provides a comprehensive guide to navigating the complexities of IP and copyrights, empowers participants with invaluable knowledge and strategies to safeguard their creative assets and innovations.

Supported by the Department of English and Drama: Game Studies Program

Key topics:

Fundamentals of Intellectual Property: Gain a foundational understanding of different types of intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. Learn how to identify and differentiate between these assets.

Protecting your creations: Discover effective methods to protect your creative works, whether it’s artistic creations, written content, software, or innovative ideas. Learn about the steps involved in securing copyrights and leveraging them for maximum protection.

IP strategies: Delve into practical strategies for businesses to manage, enforce, and exploit their intellectual property assets effectively. Understand the role of IP in fostering innovation, maintaining a competitive edge, and driving business growth.


January 29
3:10 pm - 4:40 pm
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Indigenous business training program created by RedBird Circle Inc. in partnership with UofT Libraries, ICUBE UTM and The Bridge at UTSC

An experiential learning program that follows the school 3 semesters schedule, for anyone with a great idea who wants to make it happen.

A boutique-style remote program to support your business development and help you grow through one-on-one support. This program is open all year.

A student-led creative studio with intends to serve the prototyping and design needs of our ventures and small businesses in our community.

This 2-day retreat is designed to help you reflect on your journey, what drives you, all the hats you wear and what is next for you and your social enterprise.