We’re now well into Day Three of Careers in Ideas Week, and here are some more tweets for the scrapbook. It’s been great to see IP professionals getting involved from across the sector – thank you to all of you!
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
— Williams Powell (@WilliamsPowell_) November 17, 2020
Congratulations Hazel! And to all the women in STEM who are wondering what career path to embark on, remember that intellectual property is an exciting & rewarding field to apply your STEM skills in – maybe YOU’re the next STEM Woman of the Year! https://t.co/nKuTcvcdEp
— Careers In Ideas (@CareersInIdeas) November 18, 2020
This week, we are introducing some of our Withers & Rogers colleagues who showcase a variety of career paths and the many ways it is possible to pursue a career in the patent and trade mark profession.
— Withers & Rogers (@WithersRogers) November 18, 2020
It’s Careers in Ideas Week! This week, we are introducing some of our Withers & Rogers colleagues who showcase a variety of career paths and the many ways it is possible to pursue a career in the patent and trade mark profession. #CareersinIdeasWeek #IPInclusive pic.twitter.com/QaICJ0BEcN
— Withers & Rogers (@WithersRogers) November 16, 2020
We’re partnering with @In2scienceUK to sponsor young people from low income & BAME backgrounds to progress to degrees, apprenticeships and careers in STEM. We’re celebrating this during #CareersInIdeasWeek with #IPInclusive – working to improve diversity in the #IP profession. pic.twitter.com/fE31UHyngQ
— D Young and Co LLP (@dyoungip) November 16, 2020