During Day Two of Careers in Ideas Week and this morning on Day Three, there are still some lovely tweets being shared and Good Things being done… Thank you to our many supporters, who are so committed to improving diversity on recruitment into the IP professions.
I enjoyed this podcast about #CareersInIdeasWeek and the work that @IPInclusive have been doing lately to promote diversity and inclusion in the intellectual property sector through #outreach @CareersInIdeas https://t.co/8QFNHriMhz
— Johnny Rich (@JohnnySRich) November 17, 2020
EIP Patent Scientist, Caroline Foucher, learned English as a second language and has lived and worked in several countries around the world.https://t.co/A7KUSrVZVK#CareersInIdeas @TheCIPA @IPInclusive pic.twitter.com/kbiTtpbtyg
— EIP (@EIP) November 17, 2020
@carobrooks79 Partner in Trade Marks says: “If you like dealing with people, enjoy strategic problem solving & can distil complicated scenarios into concise clear guidance, you are likely to enjoy working as a TM attorney.” https://t.co/UujlOM477v@CareersInIdeas #trademarks pic.twitter.com/SpQGjOp3KG
— Abel & Imray (@abelimray) November 18, 2020
It’s #CareersinIdeas Week!
There’s lots of activities happening this week to mark the week, grow interest in the #IPprofessions and increase the diversity of recruits. Visit the @IPInclusive page to find out more and get involved: https://t.co/anUlQdLPv4
— HGF (@HGF_IP) November 17, 2020
I'm taking part in tonight's careers panel for the (virtual) Quantum Technology School 2020!
— Becky Douglas (@BeckyDouglas) November 17, 2020
To mark Careers in Ideas week, Reddie & Grose's newly-qualified trade mark attorney, Hannah Burrows, is pleased to be a panel member of CITMA's webinar on trade mark career stories. #CareersInIdeasWeek #CITMA #trademark pic.twitter.com/13PYMPF01p
— Reddie & Grose (@ReddieGrose) November 17, 2020