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ITERATE SUCCESSFULLY SECURE REGISTERED TRADEMARK

We are thrilled to announce that ‘ITERATE’ is now a registered class 42 trademark within the UK. This key milestone represents the maturity of the business and adds to the intellectual property now owned by the company. Being able to register a trademark is an important tool for any business and offers brand protection; however, many people do not fully understand what it means or how it works. So here is a brief explanation of what TM, R and C mean and the differences between them.

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Event: When The Internet of Things Goes Wrong

On Tuesday 11th July, our Managing Director, Gethin Roberts, will be talking at the International Institute for Product and Service Innovation (IIPSI), which is part of The University of Warwick. The light hearted Internet of Things (IoT) event will look at when things go wrong and what to avoid when developing such products, as well as speculating about what may happen in the future. Read more

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ITERATE TALKS TO THE FORCE BEHIND THE SINCLAIR C5 REVIVAL

In a chance meeting, our Managing Director, Gethin Roberts talks to Grant Sinclair, the man behind the revival of the Sinclair C5 in the form of the IRIS eTRIKE®. During a promotional photo shoot alongside the bank of the River Wye in Chepstow, Grant explains that his vehicle is “faster, safer and more efficient than the C5” originally developed by his uncle, Sir Clive Sinclair during the 1980s. The IRIS eTRIKE® claims to be the worlds fastest commuter bike and can reach speeds of 30mph using its on board 250 Watt pedal assist technology and its ultra safe exterior utilises materials only found in ski helmets. IRIS eTRIKE® retails at £3,999 and is currently available to pre-order for £99 from GrantSinclair.com. Read more

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Evolve Your Business Through Innovation & Intellectual Property

On Thursday 2nd March 2017, our Managing Director will be speaking at an event focussed on helping businesses evolve through innovation and intellectual property. The series of informative seminars will be held at Ladywell House, a Welsh Government building based in Newtown (Mid Wales). The morning will feature talks from the following:

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