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Essential Expert Advice for all Start-Up Entrepreneurs

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Many Cambridge students contemplate setting up a company in order to create tangible benefits for society, and a livelihood for themselves, from their ideas, discoveries and inventions. Some try, and a good many have succeeded. Knowledge of how to go about starting a company can save you much frustration and even failure. For many would-be entrepreneurs the two biggest concerns are: how will I protect my Intellectual Property, and how do I get funding? Within our wider Wolfson community we are fortunate to have two world class-experts: in Professor Andrew Christie, University of Melbourne, a leading authority on Intellectual Property for start-ups, and James Wong of Mercia Technologies PLC , who brings experience of healthcare and technology start-up funding in both the UK and internationally.

This talk is part of the Wolfson Entrepreneurs series.

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