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Ignition Law to host joint interactive seminar with EIP during London Tech Week

Caroline Sherrington

Ignition is delighted to announce that the firm with host a joint interactive seminar ‘Legal Rights and Wrongs of Starting a Growing Tech Business’ with EIP on Monday 12th June 2017 during London Tech Week.

In the session, Ignition Law and EIP will explain the importance of getting the legalities in order from the outset, sharing advice on everything a tech business needs to know in order to achieve the best chance of success.

From setting up a new business, dealing with investors and partners, to protecting and exploiting your IP, the seminar will provide practical tips on how to get it right, while avoiding costly mistakes.

The seminar will conclude with a Q&A session, and will be followed by refreshments and networking.

Find out more information and register for the seminar here.

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