LONDON A series of four workshops covering innovation, development and design of new products, and how to protect intellectual property rights, are being staged by the London Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) in partnership with Business Link for London and the British Library.
Being held at the British Library, the workshops are aimed at those involved in new product development, innovation, technology transfer and new business creation.
They events cover Better New Product Development (September 29), Product Design – Designed Here, Made Anywhere (October 27), Intellectual Property Rights – Don't Give Away Your Assets (December 1), and Techniques for Innovation (January 26, 2005)
The Manufacturing Advisory Service is a DTI supported initiative to provide manufacturers with hands-on support and practical advice. In London, the MAS is delivered by the Business Link for London, the largest business support organisation in the capital, and EEF South, the regional Engineering Employer's Federation, and is supported by the London Development Agency.