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Made in Britain? Can the EU help to revive UK manufacturing?

Here is my introductory message from the breakout session on GB manufacturing at Brussels Briefing Live 2012: The second part of the title for this session is “Can the EU help to revive UK manufacturing?” ‘Revive’ as a word normally implies that the … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Horizon 2020 | The EU Research & Innovation Framework Program

Horizon 2020 is the framework program that delivers the EU’s 80 Billion euro budget for research and innovation. It is part of the Innovation Union’s flagship initiative which is in turn a part of the EU2020 strategy for growth and … Continue reading

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D2M MD informing EU policy on Innovation!

D2M MD, Phil Staunton, is speaking at Brussels Briefing Live 2012 this Thursday at the Commonwealth Club in London. Find out more… Can the EU help revive UK manufacturing?

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Introducing Vivien

Vivien is a highly experienced Textile Product Developer who has worked on an impressive range of products, spanning many different materials and techniques. Vivien has a City & Guilds qualification in machine embroidery and in felt making. In order to … Continue reading

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How to Register a Patent on your Idea

This question comes up a lot and I have now added a section to our website all about registering a patent. It includes detailed information on How to Register a Patent: How to Register a Patent on your Idea

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Design Patents explained

New page added to our website: http://www.design2market.co.uk/design_patent.html Full of information on design patents and patenting an idea.

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Using the UK Patent Office to file a patent

If you are filing a patent in the UK, you have to use the Patent Office (now known as the UK Intellectual Property Office). Before you approach the Patent Office you will need a drafted patent and drawings of your … Continue reading

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