Nov 13, 2018-
Nov 13, 2018
04:00PM - 06:30PM
Unlock the Full Value of your IP with Strategic Patents
Shmuel Silverman, principal in the Bay Area firm Multi-Innovation,Inc., will lead an interactive workshop and panel discussion to educate attendees on the use of strategic patent portfolios. Learn how to Change the Game.
1060 Redwood Hwy Frontage Rd.
Event Description


Innovators love to solve problems. They also typically want to turn those solutions into profitable business ventures. Unfortunately, the typical patent approach does very little to protect the potential value of an invention and does almost nothing to protect a business from the competition. Shmuel Silverman, principal in the Bay Area firm Multi-Innovation,Inc., will lead an interactive workshop and panel discussion to educate attendees on the use of strategic patent portfolios to unlock the real financial potential of their ideas and be long term players in their marketplace.


The workshop is free and will offer plenty of time for Q&A and open discussion. Come network with peer entrepreneurs, business leaders, investors, and IP attorneys and learn how a different approach to IP can totally Change the Game.


Date and Time

November 13, 2018

4:00- 6:30 pm


Event Agenda:

Check-in: 4:00-4:30 pm

Workshop led by Shmuel Silverman 4:30 -5:00 pm

Panel discussion and Q&A -5:00-5:30 pm

Refreshments and Networking 5:30 - 6:30 pm

 Register Here



Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Nathan Offner     Email:
Phone: 415-483-2939


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