High Technology Start ups: What Matters Most in Commercializing Your Innovations? Webinar April 20th
Strategies in Scaling Up High Tech Ventures - Join Us! Tuesday April 20th
Marsha S. Cadogan, Lawyer, MSC Intellectual Property & Technology Law
Marsha practises in the areas of intellectual property and technology licensing, and is a consulting expert in international intellectual property and trade matters. She is called to the Ontario Bar and has a PhD focused on intellectual property rights and innovation.
Loudon Owen, Chair & CEO, DLT Labs
Loudon Owen has 30+ years' experience building businesses around the globe as an international businessman, venture capitalist, and IP lawyer. He is currently serving as chair and CEO of DLT Labs, the leading provider of blockchain-enabled solutions for supply chain / logistics management and financing which automates the end-to-end, real-time and continuous synchronization of all multi-party data exchanged by supply chain partners. He is recognized as one the world's leading intellectual property strategists (IAM 300) and led and won the largest patent infringement verdict in US Supreme Court history.
Nahum Goldmann, Principal, ARRAY Development
Nahum Goldmann, General Partner at BelPay.be and President, ARRAY Development, is a serial entrepreneur, innovator and marketer, who has co-founded five companies in the areas of Internet security audit, B2B procurement and ecommerce, FinTech and ePublishing. He has served as the CEO for the 3 of these startups, which were subsequently sold to multinationals, private equity firms and banks around the globe.
Tom Horgan, Senior Director - Licensing, Digimarc
Tom has spent over thirty years as a lawyer in the intellectual property field. He has worked for start-ups and scale-ups. After private practice in Washington DC, Tom was the first in-house patent attorney at NIKE. He guided NIKE's patent program as the company scaled up from $2B to $9B in annual revenue. Tom then joined a high tech start-up, Digimarc, and has managed litigation, licensing, acquisitions and related matters.
Erik Valiquette, President, Canadian Blockchain Supply Chain Association
Erik is the co-founder and president of the Canadian Blockchain Supply Chain Association. Through their core services of Advocacy, Collaboration and Education, they bring together like-minded professionals who want to explore Blockchain in their supply chain. The member-driven association's goal is to accelerate the adoption of Distributed Ledger Technology through dialog, to help shape policy with governmental agencies for improved services, and to help the community's voice to be heard.
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