More tweets from Day Two of Careers in Ideas Week, to add to our growing scrapbook. Keep ’em coming!
Intellectual Property Administrator Janet says she “would encourage people to look at a career in IP because there are so many aspects to it, and you can work your way up to an interesting and satisfying career and job stability”. https://t.co/UujlOM477v@CareersInIdeas #patents pic.twitter.com/GuN13PUA8M
— Abel & Imray (@abelimray) November 17, 2020
Calling all IP professionals 📢📢
Find out how you can improve your recruitment prospects by registering to @CareersInIdeas‘ webinar.
Speakers from @The_IPO will also discuss IP Tutor & other tools available to help raise the profile of IP.
— IPO.GOV.UK (@The_IPO) November 17, 2020
It’s Careers in Ideas Week! 🎈
Introducing IP as a possible career to a wider audience of young people is essential to creating a more diverse profession – Careers in Ideas Week intends to do just that.
— Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (@CITMAuk) November 17, 2020
In a special episode of Two IPs in a Pod Andrea Brewster tells Lee and Gwilym why #careersinideas is important for the future of diversity in the IP profession. Listen to this short clip to find out more!#diversityandinclusion #socialmobility #equalopportunities pic.twitter.com/D5d4ysqKlt
— CIPA (@TheCIPA) November 16, 2020
We are very excited to be launching a new partnership with @boultnews in time for @IPInclusive‘s Careers in Ideas week – you can read more about why we are working together and their own employee’s experiences of social mobility and why it’s so important. https://t.co/wq8eoaGMwB
— Laura Solomons (@LauraMS70) November 17, 2020