The Path to a Patent, Part III: Electronic filing using EFS-Web

The Path to a Patent, Part III: Electronic filing using EFS-Web

More About The Path to a Patent, Part III: Electronic filing using EFS-Web

"The USPTO Rocky Mountain Regional Office invites you to Part III of the series: The Path to a Patent. In this module, we will discuss how to file your patent application online using the EFS-Web system and managing your application using the Patent Application Information Retrieval (PAIR) system. The presentation will consist of an interactive tutorial, description of various assistance resources such as the Inventor’s Assistance Center (IAC) and the Patent Electronics Business Center (EBC).

This is a teleconference session where the instructor will be broadcasting live to our sponsor site. Attendees will be able to ask questions of the instructor and participate as if they were live in the room. This session will not be recorded and attendees must come to a sponsor site."

Tags: local events, idahosbdc,entrepreneur,smallbusiness,patent

Posted By: Idaho Small Business Development Center



Event Details

Date: August 16, 2019
Time: 10:00am - 11:30am

Location:
Micron Business & Economics Building
2360 University Dr, Room 2132
Boise ID 83725

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Contact:
Shaunda Gates
208-4268-3875
shaundagates@boisestate.edu


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More About this Event Poster: Idaho Small Business Development Center

The Idaho Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a statewide, university-based organization which has been helping small businesses succeed since 1986. Everyday, experienced Idaho SBDC consultants meet with clients – just like you – to provide guidance in developing and growing a successful business. Statistics show that our clients outperform their peers typically achieving 5 times the sales growth than the average Idaho small business.

With six office locations throughout the state, each affiliated with one of Idaho’s colleges or universities, the Idaho SBDC is uniquely positioned to serve as a focal point for linking together our partners from higher education, the private business community, and federal, state and local government.

Who We Serve:
Idaho SBDC assistance is available to anyone interested in expanding or starting a private small business in Idaho. Consulting is available at no cost to you. Approximately 98% of all firms in Idaho qualify as small businesses and, therefore, are eligible for assistance from the nearest Idaho SBDC office.

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