March 16, 2015
Last year's edition of the Regional Innovation Fair included an award ceremony that showcased the winners of a regional eco-innovation contest. Part of the prize was a chance to participate in a training on intellectual property rights, organized and hosted by TehImpuls, the Regional Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer.
The trainer was István Molnár, a Hungarian patent attorney and assistant professor at the College of Kecskemét, who is an absolute expert in the field of IPR. He delivered an exciting and insightful training covering topics such as innovation management, patents, copyright, etc. A set of carefully selected case studies concluded the event, which was a valuable learning opportunity for the participants and a memorable and pleasant interpreting job for me.