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The Indianapolis Public Library and speakers from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) are hosting a free event to help small business owners and individual vendors with the patent and trademark process. 

Speakers from the USPTO will present information to explain the process and answer questions at Central Library on May 25. The program will include a morning presentation on the trademark process and the benefits of federal trademark registrations, networking session and panel discussion where attendees can ask speakers from USPTO questions. 

Ryan Donnely is one of the librarians at IndyPL helping inventors and entrepreneurs better understand their intellectual property needs. The program’s specialized training involves patent and trademark research and can help entrepreneurs answer questions about the patent and trademark process. 

Books on these topics are available at select branch locations.

“The process can be expensive and complicated,” Donnelly said. “The resources we provide are free and low cost.”

The program is free, but space is limited and registration is required. Search “Demystifying Patents and Trademarks” on Eventbrite to register.

Information can be found on the library’s website or by calling the Central Library at 317-275-4100

IF YOU GO:

Who: Indianapolis Public Library and U.S. Patent & Trademark Office

What: Demystifying Patents and Trademarks

When: May 25, 2023, 10:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. 

Where: Indianapolis Public Library – Central Library, 40 E. Saint Clair Street

Cost: Free; registration is required. Register here.

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