About BananaIP Counsels
BananaIP (BIP) Counsels, a leading Patent Law Firm in India, is organizing a unique seminar on patents for corporate inventors.
BIP Counsels (BananaIP Counsels), formerly Brain League IP Services, founded in 2004 at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore’s incubation center (NSRCEL), is recognized as an IP/Patent trailblazer in India.
The firm’s mission is to help clients maximize business value from their IP/Patents, and gain competitive advantage in the market place.
In its evolution from Brain League, BIP carries forward the firm’s core values – Merger of Technology, Management and Law, Swift Adaptation to Changes in Competitive Environment, and Business Driven Approach to IP/Patent Services.
BIP houses technology experts and attorneys who bring to the table, expertise and experience of working with Fortune 500 companies, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), international governmental agencies, educational/research institutions, and start-ups.
A blend of industry experience and domain expertise, along with a keen understanding of business dynamics, gives BIP the edge in helping clients maximize business value from their intellectual assets.
About Dr. Kalyan C Kankanala
Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala is a renowned IP Attorney, Professor and Author from Bangalore, India. Over the years, he has advised and helped many knowledge, technology and creativity driven companies achieve business success from their Intellectual Property.
From building revenue generating IP portfolios and creating IP based market share to generating licensing revenues and increasing financial valuation of IP assets, Dr. Kalyan has successfully helped many organizations build substantial value from their Intellectual Property.
Dr. Kalyan’s day to day work as an IP Attorney, consultant and advisor helps him understand IP and business dynamics of an organization at both macro and micro levels.
His research, scholarship and teaching at premier educational institutes such as IIMB and NLSIU help him gain invaluable, futuristic insights into progress of law, policy and business.
Dr. Kalyan’s writing endeavors provide him the intellectual latitude to think creatively, experiment with novel ideas, and develop innovative models.
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Talking about the Seminar, Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala said,
“Our goal is to help companies get the best out of their inventors from the patent perspective. Every company wants patents that contribute to the company’s business and financial value, and our program for corporate inventors is aimed at achieving the same.
Unlike the traditional patent seminars, this program will not include lectures and talks on patents. We will be using participative teaching and learning methods such as story weaving, role plays narratives and simple problem solving techniques.
Rather than delivering boring lectures, we hope to help inventors learn through novel, specially designed, participative sessions.
During the event, our team will interview the participating inventors, and we will be publishing a book profiling the inventors and their contributions.”
Date and Time of the Seminar
22nd September, 2017
BananaIP’s seminar for inventors will be organized on 22nd September 2017, from 9 am to 6 pm.
ITC Gardenia Bengaluru, India
About the Seminar
Entitled “The Strategic Inventor,” the seminar is a first of its kind program to help companies generate business and competitive value driven Patents from their inventors.
The program is aimed at helping corporate inventors create patentable and risk free inventions that address a company’s business goals, and further its competitive value in the marketplace.
The corporate seminar has been designed by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala, a well-known Patent Attorney and thought leader in the field.
The primary objective of the program is to help inventors gain valuable insights about inventing from the patent perspective.
The program includes three sessions, delivered by Dr. Kalyan C Kankanala, Mr. Nithin Kumar, and Ms. Soumyashree Kashyap from BananaIP Counsels.
The first session is titled, The Story of Patentable Inventions. The session provides an Understanding of elements to be considered for creating patentable inventions through participative storytelling and simple problem solving.
The second session helps inventors learn the nuances of converting inventions into valuable patents by weaving inventor stories and experiences.
Entitled, The Argumentative Inventor, the third session provides insights on risks from pre-existing patents through a mock patent trial.
For more information on the seminar, you may write to Ms. Ragini, firstname.lastname@example.org