CEIPI Seminar: Protecting Digital Business Models with Digital Patents – Including Claim Structure Workshop
The Internet of Things (IoT) or the fourth industrial revolution is neither a short-term phenomenon nor a buzzword. Single enterprises are not capable of influencing the trend towards a digitization of business processes, nor can they change the globalization of value chains. Digital business models demand new solutions for IP protection. In some industries (e.g. IT, telecoms, and software), such prohibitive right strategies have been in use for many years. However, the need to protect new business models is also becoming increasingly important for other industries. Join this workshop series to learn how to protect digital business models in practice.
This program is dedicated to training IP management executives working in both industrial and institutional settings. The MIPLM program has been providing IP experts from all over the world with IP management skills since 2006. Using concrete best practice case studies from different industries, it aims to demonstrate how the protection of business models can be achieved in real-world scenarios. The examples range from Vorwerk’s food processor, the Thermomix, and the organizational implementation of the corresponding strategy to the IP strategy and management practice of CLAAS and their digital revolution in agriculture. Furthermore, Rittal’s IOT and smart production will be discussed. The aim of the workshops is to provide insights into industry-specific aspects of IP strategy development, practical issues in systematic synthetic invention, IP protection of perceived customer benefits, and sustainable organizational change. A claims structure workshop for digital patents is also on the agenda.
This program, which will take place from 29 to 30 November 2018 in Strasbourg, is dedicated to training IP management executives working in both industrial and institutional settings. The MIPLM program has been providing IP experts from all over the world with IP management skills since 2006, thus making a strong contribution to the growing and developing best practice in business-orientated IP management.
The aim of the workshops is to provide insights into industry-specific aspects of IP strategy development, practical issues in systematic synthetic invention, IP protection of perceived customer benefits, and sustainable organizational change.
The workshop program is primarily aimed at IP professionals, but it is also open to graduate students who are interested in these topics.
The framework is designed for inspired discussions and networking.
Comments from participants:
“The course puts IP strategy in close relation with companies’ business models, starting with the methodology and defining how IP can deliver exclusivity for customer benefits.”
Patrice Monain, Global Head, AVP, Generic Medicines Patents, Sanofi Generics
“The course provides you with some new tools and insights for you daily IP management work.” Hans Stryckers, IP-Manager, Agfa Graphics
“The business aspects are explained very well. This enables IP attorneys to apply a different way of thinking.” Le Chen, European Patent Attorney, ABB Switzerland
Download below the program and the Agreement.
Deadline for enrollment: 8 November 2018.
For further information, please contact Ms. Isabelle Christ for administrative questions/registration firstname.lastname@example.org or Mr. Thibaud Lelong for questions related to the academic content of the program, email@example.com