On 24 May, KSU organised workshop “IP Strategy for startups“, which was led by prof. dr. Mindaugas Kiškis – law and management professor, attorney, co-founder of several technology startups, with over two decades of research, legal and consulting services in technology regulation and policy, intellectual property, and entrepreneurship.
During the seminar, it was discussed how to plan and make business decisions in the field of intellectual property, and examples of real startups and small and medium-sized companies were examined. The participants of the workshop had the opportunity to get acquainted with the main factors determining the intellectual property strategy, ways of responding to competitors’ business and legal actions related to intellectual property rights.
During the event, LL.M. study programme “Data Economy Law“ developed by Kazimieras Simonavicius University and partners from University for Continuing Education Krems (Austria), The University of Göttingen (Germany) and Masaryk University (Czech Republic) was presented.
The workshop was a dissemination event of the project “Transdisciplinary Digital Education in Data-Driven Management: Innovative, Sustainable and Inclusive Approaches to Support StartUps, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Europe” (DDM4SME).