Bang Creations is delighted to confirm the dates for its early stage innovation and product commercialisation workshops.

Titled 'What next for your invention - plan, prototype or protect?' the afternoon workshops are to be hosted by Bang and London IP and are essential for anyone involved in, or thinking about product development and commercialisation.

Held at the British Library's Business & IP Centre, they are new to the Library's programme of invention, innovation, entrepreneurial and business events and workshops.

The intention is to inform, inspire and support with a focus on delivering clear, useful, relevant and tangible information that can be used to manage issues that specifically face you and your business.

Topics of discussion will include project planning, marketing and research and how this influences product design, idea creation, product design & development, product cost, margin prototyping and what, when how and why to patent or protect your product.  

Initially, they are to be held once a month (on the first or second Thursday) and for a period of six months.  They are to be held from 13.00–17.30 on the following dates:

_Thursday 8th March.
_Thursday 5th April.
_Thursday 3rd May.
_Thursday 7th June.
_Thursday 5th July.
_Thursday 16th August.

Space is limited to just over 30 delegates per event so please book early to avoid disappointment.

The cost is £35.00 per head payable in advance and booking can be made via Eventbrite and further information may be found on the British Library's website