Do Entrepreneurs Really Need Patents?

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E-Seminar #3 – Do Entrepreneurs Really Need Patents?
Thursday, 12pm ET, October 19, 2017

Have you created an innovation and wonder whether you should protect it by applying for patent? Do you struggle to determine whether you need to protect your innovation in the first place? And what are the different ways of protecting your innovation and the potential tradeoffs? If you are asking these questions, we want to hear from you at this MIT Bootcamp E-Seminar. The discussant for the seminar is an MIT Bootcamp coach, Nathan Trujillo.

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Nathan holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from MIT and an MBA from MIT's Sloan School of Management. He is a Manager at Analysis Group, where he specializes in financial, statistical, and economic analyses for Fortune 500 clients. His intellectual property experience includes assessing the value of multibillion-dollar patent portfolios and supporting global license negotiations for patent portfolios covering consumer and commercial products in the telecom, medical device, oil/gas, digital hardware/software industries. Dr. Trujillo is an inventor on two patents for his research on magnetic photonic crystals and has advised large corporations and startups on strategic, technical, and financial implications of intellectual property protection.

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