Event

Intellectual Property
Friday 07 December 2018

Would you like to get valuable insights into business culture and team building? Do you search for grants and subsidies? Or do you want to get acquainted with Dutch startup ecosystem?

World Startup Factory is a startup accelerator that encourages innovative urban solutions and business models aimed at improving the quality of life. We believe that doing good and doing business can go hand in hand.

Sustainable Cities accelerator is a tailor-made acceleration program aiming at taking the sustainability of our metropolis to the next level. During a 30 days bootcamp, startups participate in personalized trainings, networking events and masterclasses, where they get valuable insights on specific topics and meet other players in Dutch startup ecosystem. Some of these masterclasses are open for public.

IP for start-ups: protect your creation by Isolde Borghans from Boekx Advocaten:

- tradenames and domain names
- trademarks, copyright
- licensing
- third party IP

To patent or not to patent by Thomas Remmerswaal from EP&C Patent Attorneys:

- patents and the basic requirements
- recognition of inventions and possibilities for keeping them confidential
- application procedure
- decision making whether to patent or not to patent

TIME AND PLACE

17:00 PM

The Hague Tech, third floor

Intellectual Property

From our community

ALL EVENTS MEMBERS STORIES
Game development and design 101

TIME AND PLACE

18:00 PM

The Hague Tech, third floor

May the Acceleration Commence!

November 19th marked the start of World Startup Factory’s latest accelerator. The goal? Taking the sustainability of our cities to the next level.

Three Wolves, A Monkey, and a Dung Beetle Walk into a Hackathon

Hackathons are an incredible medium for creating new ideas, new friends, and finding out about yourself. As a semi non-technical person (i.e. I don’t code, at least not yet) I’ve always looked at hackathons with a sense of awe, as an unapproachable event that I always wanted to participate in. Well, I finally got my chance and it was an absolute blast!
What was the hackathon all about?

The co-working space as a platform for a token economy

Tokens can become a reward for those that contribute to the community. A community member can earn or sell within the ecosystem when interacting with the community ecosystem (as in: the wider network) or within the co-working space.

The organisation as a community; creating high-performance together

How being part of a community enables to pool knowledge and adds value to business operations

Hubfest 2018

Hubfest is the catalyst for interaction, bringing the coolest accelerators, startups, investors and innovation hubs in one place.

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GDPR and Outsourcing

What is GDPR? And how can you inform yourself about this new regulation?

How viral user acquisition is key

A new study looking at player behaviour around SEGA's Sonic Forces

Motion Capture on an Indie Budget

How The Hague Tech offered a helping hand to bring game characters to life through motion capture

Meet our members

Software and Outsourcing Consultancy. Initiator AI Lab The Hague Tech

Meet our members

Consultancy and services in the cyber, risk and intelligence domains

Bitcoin is Just an Idle Game

An analogy to shed some light on bitcoin and idle games. How elements of idle games mirror Bitcoin mining

Three ways to think like a Growth Hacker

Growth Hacking is used by giants as Dropbox, AirBnB and Instagram. Discover how you can get the best results

How One Developer Toppled an Empire

Idle games on the blockchain: earn more while also earning while 'idle' or in a state of doing nothing