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IP Inclusive ‘Flexible working – making it work for you and others’ – Leeds

October 2019

Event date: 8th October 2019

IP Inclusive North of England are hosting an event on 8th October ‘Flexible working – making it work for you and others’.

The event will host a panel discussion followed by the chance to network with your peers from across the IP professions. The panel discussion chaired by IP Inclusive’s Lead Executive Officer Andrea Brewster includes:

  • Chris Burnett, Patent Attorney at Birkett Long LLP
  • Ruth Gawthorpe, CEO at The Smart Working Revolution and The Change Directors
  • Lisa Kelly, Associate Director at Sacco Mann
  • Heather Scott, Partner and Patent Attorney at Gill Jennings & Every LLP

We are pleased to be hosting the speakers and main event in HGF’s Leeds office at 3PM and there will be live broadcasts to other venues in Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield, Newcastle and York. There is hopefully a convenient venue for you to attend wherever you are in the North of England.

As with all IP Inclusive events, this is not only for fee earners but for anyone who works in IP. We therefore hope that many of you will be able to come and join in the discussion.

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