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Six innovative startups will give their final business pitches tomorrow evening at NMotion Demo Day.

NMotion is the product of a collaboration between the University of Nebraska Lincoln, Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development, and private investors. Their 90-day accelerator program helps startups of all sizes grow rapidly by connecting them with mentors, experts, capital, community connections and more.

Suiter Swantz IP has been a proud partner to NMotion for a number of years, and continues to serve the Lincoln startup community. This year, we were able to spend some time with several members of the 2018 cohort and discussed with them the importance of protecting their intellectual property.

Please join us tomorrow evening to celebrate these innovators from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. at the Rococo Theatre in Lincoln, NE.

You can visit NMotion’s RSVP page to reserve your free ticket to the event.

 


 

In October, Matt Poulsen, Suiter Swantz IP Co-Owner and Patent Attorney, hosted a Bootstrapping Intellectual Property Protection session during Lincoln Startup Week.

Lincoln Startup Week is a five-day celebration of the Lincoln startup community. Led by entrepreneurs and hosted in startup spaces across Lincoln, the conference builds momentum and opportunity around entrepreneurship and startup business practices.

Matt’s presentation (linked below) focuses on IP protection for startups with a specific emphasis on critical timing requirements as well as patent filing strategies to help minimize early-stage expenses.

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