“Design registration is complex, arcane and often misunderstood,” said Victor Caddy, who heads up the new Designs team.
Rachel Jones, Founder and Head Dragon at SnapDragon, tells us about the firm’s work in the toy space, and how it engages with the inventor community.
Aardman teams with Vine Lab on limited edition model celebrating 25th anniversary of Wallace & Gromit: A Close Shave
The project has launched via Kickstarter, and in a nod to the film’s original release date, there will be just 1,995 models available.
We caught up with Charlie to learn more about how she got into the industry, how she fuels her creativity and what some of the benefits are in being both a Patent Attorney and an inventor.
Hosted by Word Whizz Deej Johnson, this interview sees Victor Caddy (Chartered Trade Mark Attorney at Wynne-Jones IP) explain what toy and game inventors should be looking to protect once they have an idea, as well as shedding light on the ways in which Brexit will change how toy companies and designers protect their IP.
Jayme Boucher heads up Mondo Games; overseeing the development of games and puzzles based on IP spanning classics like The Thing, Back to the Future and Disney hits to cult success stories like 2018’s Mandy or pop culture icons like Bruce Lee.
“We have had great feedback from June’s Licensing Week Virtual, so we know that there is huge potential and appetite for industry connection during this challenging time when meeting face-to-face is difficult,” said Informa’s Anna Knight.
Reality Gaming Group debuts new platform that enables brands to create and sell digital collectibles
The firm’s Digital Asset Trading (DAT) Platform uses blockchain technology to turn any IP into a rare and collectible digital asset that can be traded between fans using dedicated marketplaces.
Brand Designs: Rockpool’s Vickie O’Malley talks experiential licensing, flexible thinking and Wes Anderson
We caught up with O’Malley to learn how inventors can work closer with the licensing community, and find out why she’d love the chance to develop a licensing programme around Wes Anderson’s portfolio of movies.