Podcasts: Intellectual Property Office

The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) is the official government body responsible for Intellectual Property (IP) rights in the UK. These rights include:

  • Patents
  • Designs
  • Trade marks
  • Copyright

As part of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), the IP office is responsible for the role of IP rights in supporting innovation.

The IPO has a series of podcasts, packed full of top tips from their IP experts and interviews with some of the UK’s most innovative businesses. Listen at;

Some of the IP podcasts title:
-Born to license – IPO and David Born talk brand licensing at the
-What’s in a name? Trade marks explained.
-Trade marks, patents, copyright and designs : your common questions
-I’ve got an invention do I need a patent?
-Are You Considering Starting a Limited Company?
-Founder of the Cambridge Satchel Company – shares the secrets to her business success
-Co-founder Gem Misa talks cauliflower, branding and
-Festive Fakes and IP Crime
-IPO and the British Library