The second Digital Spark conference takes place at the University of Abertay at the end of June. The conference focuses on the creation, use and protection of Intellectual Property within the creative industries.
Alongside presentations from companies such as Google, Sony, Universal Music, Sega and Aardman, Digital Spark offers introductory workshops, or indeed master classes, for those who have be introduced to the intricacies of IP.
You can find a complete list of speakers and participants here. You can also check out the entire programme for the two day conference, here.
According to the conference website:
In the knowledge economy, intangible assets can account for 70% of a company’s value.
This conference will explore practical mechanisms of exploiting those assets by using the intellectual property system efficiently and effectively – laying the ground work for future profit generation.
This conference will bring together industrialists, lawyers, financiers, funding agencies, intermediaries and policy makers to discuss practical steps SMEs can take to significantly enhance their competitiveness; the most important recent developments in IP law for your business; and success stories of IP management in the digital creative industries.
Tickets start at £99, for students, through to £199 for standard delegates. You can find the booking details here.