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Keep your Intellectual Property Close is the subject of the next Growing Your Business seminar, held March 10 at the LIVING ARTS CENTRE, Bank of Montreal Theatre.

These monthly seminars are hosted by RIC Centre (Research Innovation Commercialization Centre) and the Ontario Centre for Environmental Technology Advancement (OCETA).

The featured speakers include Anthony de Fazekas, Miller Thomson LLP, Don Waugh, PCA Services Inc. and Paul Blanchard, NuCove Group of Companies.

Anthony de Fazekas, Partner, Miller Thomson LLP drafts original patents in the software, e-commerce and mechanical areas. This includes firm-specific intellectual property protection strategies and trade mark advice. He also has experience in managing intellectual property issues related to corporate transactions, including large mergers and acquisitions. Anthony will discuss how and when to cost effectively protect your IP.

Don Waugh, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer, PCA Services Inc. is responsible for leading the strategic direction of the company. Prior to the start up of PCAS in 2006, he had built three successful technology companies – Quarsametrics, a developer of storage systems for the computer market place founded in 1994; Coolwater Ltd., an Internet access and marketing company, whose clients included Royal Bank of Canada and JVC Canada; and Echoworx Corporation, a pioneer in secure email technology founded in 2000. In addition to his current responsibilities with PCAS, Don is Chairman of the Board of Applied Recognition Inc., a company that specializes in the application of face recognition technology.

Paul Blanchard, Founder, President & CEO, NuCove Group of Companies is the founder, president and CEO of NuCove Group of Companies. Having completed a 10 year career in IBM in 1991, Paul went on to pursue entrepreneurial opportunities in environmental technologies. He co-founded a private Canadian company and secured the North American rights to a patented German technology that converts organic waste into compost and renewable energy. Paul Later left and formed NuCove Development Corporation which has established itself in the Canadian marketplace as a provider of environmental products and services.

Don’t miss this opportunity to better understand Intellectual Property.

Registration is available through the RIC Centre website. Poster.

Check in and breakfast will start promptly at 7:30 at the LIVING ARTS CENTRE
Bank of Montreal Theatre, 4141 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga, ON L5B 4B8

For further details about this event please contact: shantanu@riccentre.com

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