Oct 7 Free Online: Hispanic Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program

Patents Trademarks

Don’t miss the free, online Hispanic Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO.gov). This is a chance for independent inventors, entrepreneurs, small business owners, and intellectual property (IP) professionals to learn about resources available to the Hispanic innovation community.

Time: October 7, 2020 1:00pm – 3:00pm Eastern

Register at the USPTO site: USPTO.GOV Link to this event

Take this opportunity to:

  • Learn from accomplished innovators, inventors, entrepreneurs, and business owners about best practices
  • Discover helpful resources available to innovators
  • Get practical tips on obtaining and protecting your IP

Keynote Speaker Roselin Rosario-Meléndez, Ph.D, Polymer and Cosmetics Chemist Associate Principal Chemist, L’Oréal

Networks and Resources Panel This panel will showcase service and support organizations for Hispanic inventors and entrepreneurs and the resources available for anyone getting started or in business.

Eliseo Ramos-Feliciano, Supervisory Patent Examiner, USPTO

Lu Cordova, Governor’s Advisor on Efficiencies and Digital Transformation at State of Colorado
James Foy, Founder of Hispanics and Technology
Oscar Garcia, Managing Director of Training, Manos Accelerator
Sandi Mays, CIO, CXO and Co-Founder at Zayo Group
Nicole Quiroga, President and CEO, Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

The USPTO Resource Overview will focus on free USPTO services and support for inventors, entrepreneurs, and small business owners. Presenters: Sean Wilkerson, Innovation Development Program Manager, Office of Innovation Outreach, USPTO and Matthew Martin, Pro Bono Assistant Coordinator, USPTO

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