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Mar 26, 2021

Mark Bregman has had decades of experience as an innovator, worked in start-ups and venture capital investing and I interviewed him on Intellectual Capital. This was a live interview held as part of an Edmund Hillary Fellowship 'Huddle' event this week.  Big thanks to those who put the event on from EHF and the Huddles crew.

The real value in a business is most often in its intellectual capital - how do you protect that? How do you develop it? When do you collaborate and when do you keep trade secrets? How do you interact with Universities which want to hold onto IP researchers create? What about indigenous knowledge – should that even be capable of being sold to others or does it perpetuate problems to bring a Western approach to ‘ownership’ of such IP? We will cover this and more during our fast paced interview style session where Mark Bregman (C7) will be sharing his decades of experience in IT, start-ups and venture capital investing with key learnings for NZ, through a conversation with Steven Moe (C7), a purpose focused lawyer helping start-ups/investors as well as the seeds podcast host.

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