The UK Intellectual Property Office is holding an intellectual property roadshow run by Tom Duke, the UK’s IP Attaché to China.The annual China IP roadshow will run from 1 to 7 November and this year will visit Cardiff, Guildford and London.Based in the British Embassy Beijing, Tom supports hundreds of UK companies each year to protect and enforce IP in China. He will draw on this experience to provide practical advice on a range of ventures in and with China. This includes exporting, manufacturing, investment, collaborative research, technology licensing and creative collaboration.China IP Roadshow events are open to large and small business, and cover all industry sectors. The events will cover all major aspects of IP: patents, trade marks, designs, copyright and trade secrets. All sessions will be interactive with opportunities to comment, ask questions and network with other participants. 1-2-1 meetings with Tom and IPO staff are available at several events.The dates and locations for each city are provided below, along with links to further information and registration pages. All events are free of charge.Thursday 1 November 2018In partnership with Welsh Government, the China IP Roadshow will begin with an event in Cardiff.Cardiff Wednesday 7 November 2018In partnership with the China-Britain Business Council, the China IP Roadshow will be running a practical workshop on managing IP risk in UK-China collaborative research and technology commercialisation.London time/date: 9:30am to midday venue: University of Surrey title: Succeeding in China: How to Mitigate Intellectual Property Risk suitable for: Companies of all sizes, with a particularly relevance for those in high technology sectors more information and sign-up details are available. Monday 5 November 2018In partnership with Enterprise M3 and M3 Growth Hub, the China IP Roadshow will be hosting an event at the University of Surrey, Guildford.Guildford time/date: 2pm to 5:30pm venue: China-Britain Business Council office, Victoria title: IP in UK-China technology projects suitable for: Academic researches and technology transfer offices more information and sign-up details are available. If you require further information on the 2018 China IP Roadshow please contact Hannah Hunt. time/date: 8am to 10:30am venue: Sophia Gardens title: Succeeding in China: How to Mitigate Intellectual Property Risk suitable for: Companies of all sizes and in all sectors. more information and sign-up details are available.
… Kalekyezi cops the U-14FOURTEEN-year-old Heimraj Resaul pulled off a significant win against 15-year-old Mark McDonald to grab his first Boys’ Under-18 title of the Bakewell Junior Open, currently underway at the GBTI lawn tennis courts.Last year it was McDonald who took the U-18 title after losing to Resaul in the U-14 division but this time the tables were turned.Wednesday’s match started with both players playing safe tennis to the detriment of holding up their service games until Resaul held for the first time at 3-2 to go up 4-2.At this time McDonald also held his serve and broke Resaul to even the set at 4. However, McDonald still played defensively and Resaul broke to go up 5-4 and then held serve to take the set at 6-4.In the second set, McDonald seemed revitalised and anxious to turn the tide and he demonstrated this by holding his first service game to go up 1-0.Resaul also upped his tempo and both players held serve until McDonald raced away to a 4-1 lead. Resaul then won 3 straight games to even at 4, with some great passing shots as McDonald became overconfident, frequently approaching the net.McDonald then regrouped and both players again held their service games to take it to 6-6 and force the third set super tie-breaker. At the start of the third set on Thursday, both players showed a high level of confidence and the standard of play dictated trading points neck and neck until Resaul edged to 7-6 with a lot of fist pumps.This clearly threw off McDonald who once again slipped into defensive mode and gave Resaul the next three points to prevail 6-4, 6-7(7-2), 10-6.In the Boys’ Under-14, the Ugandan Joshua Kalekyezi was visibly elated as he defeated Viraj Sharma 5-3, 4-2 to take the coveted title. Both players had tough semi-finals but it was clear that Kalekyezi’s defeat of former champion Jordan Beaton in the semis boosted his confidence enough to hold off Sharma, who too has shown tremendous improvement in techniques over the last year.The Boys’ Under-12 final between Jeremiah Kalekyezi and Vadeanand Resaul is scheduled for today at noon.
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