Paul Matthews Speaks with UBC Okanagan Students on Engineering & Entrepreneurship
Lawson Lundell lawyer Paul Matthews, P.Eng. (AB), spoke to a group of engineering students last week at UBC’s Okanagan campus. He spoke to the Technology Entrepreneurship for Engineers class on a variety of IP topics including: IP asset classes, disclosure, the design process, funding, and pricing risk. This class forms part of the entrepreneurship@UBC in the Okanagan (e@UBCO) curriculum.
E@UBCO supports students and researchers in developing their ideas and bringing the resulting products or services to market. These initiatives are part of a thriving technology entrepreneurship hub, centred around The Innovation Centre in downtown Kelowna, that serves as a nexus point for the university’s commercialization and entrepreneurship initiatives and other independent technology initiatives such as Accelerate Okanagan (AO).