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LESANZ is a Chapter of LES International.

Our members are experts and professionals in the IP, R&D and technology transfer spaces and willingly share their knowledge via seminars, networking events and conferences.

Join us today and share your stories and experiences and learn from others in the process.

LESANZ has numerous fields of interest including:

  • Licensing and transfer of technology (all forms);
  • Technology development, acquisition and transfer;
  • Copyright licensing (industrial and cultural);
  • Trade mark merchandising;
  • Franchising and distribution of goods and services; and
  • Protecting and valuing intellectual property.

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Scroll down to view the numerous LESANZ seminars that are currently available for viewing, or search for a specific topic of interest using the search facility below.

In the list of videos, a short description and a 5 minute preview are available for each video.

Clicking on a video title will allow you to view full details for the seminar and to access the full recorded video.  The full recorded videos are available at no charge to LESANZ members.  Simply click on the video image to commence video playback.

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Videos

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Seminar Date - 26th May 2016

“Show Me the Money!”  Securing funding for new ventures

(Running Time - 1hr 22mins)

 

One of the many challenges in bringing a new innovation to market is securing funding, particularly for early to mid-stage innovations.  LESANZ WA is bringing together three speakers who have considerable collective experience in securing funding for innovation ventures and who will share their practical knowledge and successes in capturing significant funding via private equity, IPO and crowdfunding.

 

 
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Seminar Date – 18th November 2015

Great Debate - Should you backdoor list your early stage venture?

(Running Time - 52mins)

 

The LESANZ Great Debate is back by popular demand – with 2015 marking the 7th instalment of this annual event.

This year we have asked our debaters to discuss a contemporary decisive action that early stage ventures must explore for access to funding and capital. Does backdoor listing provide the necessary vehicle for access to capital at an acceptable risk profile? Or does private equity provide a mechanism for sustained access to investment and diverse intellectual capital and support?

As per past years, we have assembled two expert teams of combatants for this entertaining and informative event, with highly credentialed members from industry and the WA investor community. Join us in receiving an interesting and insightful journey into the investment trends and opportunities of early stage ventures and the ebbs and flows of what they must endure to access capital.

 

 
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Seminar Date - 17th June 2015

Graphene: The Next Disruptive Technology or Another Carbon Based Promise?

(Running Time - 1hr 7mins)

 

Join us for the third event in our LESANZ WA Disruptive Technology series to consider the possibilities of emerging and disruptive technologies that challenge accepted technology and business practices and open up exciting new market and commercialisation opportunities.

Graphene - a one atom thick honeycomb lattice of carbon, has a unique combination of exceptional properties, including extreme mechanical strength and elasticity, superb electrical and thermal conductibility, optical transparency, total impermeability to gases, all whilst weighing almost nothing. 

Such an impressive list of qualities surely makes graphene extremely attractive for numerous applications.  But now that we have graphene, what do we do with it?   Have enough technical advances been made to make its use economically feasible or are the possibilities of graphene limited only by the boundaries of imagination?  Are the combined unique qualities of graphene enough to make it the next game changing technology? Or is graphene destined to prove hype over reality?

 

 
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Seminar Date - 4th May 2015

3D Printing State of the Art: Industrial

(Running Time - 1hr 9mins)

 

Join us for this unique opportunity to hear from international thought leader John Hornick from the USA speaking on the ‘game changer’ that is 3D printing.

John Hornick will describe the seven basic types of 3D printing processes, the major players, and new and expected entrants into the space.  Whilst most people think 3D printing is material extrusion, and one of the seven processes IS material extrusion, there is much more to it and technology managers, IP practitioners and professionals should understand the differences.

 

 
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Presentation Date - 30th April 2015

Accelerating commercialisation: The EU perspective

(Running Time - 23mins)

 

LESANZ 2015 NATIONAL CONFERENCE (Melbourne) - Day 1

PROGRAM BLOCK 2: Transforming the Economy – Australian & International Funding

 

 
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Presentation Date - 30th April 2015

Innovation in urban image change: Insights from Newcastle, NSW & Detroit, Michigan

(Running Time - 28mins)

 

LESANZ 2015 NATIONAL CONFERENCE (Melbourne) - Day 1

PROGRAM BLOCK 1: Transforming the Economy - Globalisation & Urbanisation

 

 
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Presentation Date - 30th April 2015

Revolutionalising Geelong Through the Carbon Nexus

(Running Time - 25mins)

 

LESANZ 2015 NATIONAL CONFERENCE (Melbourne) - Day 1

PROGRAM BLOCK 1: Transforming the Economy - Globalisation & Urbanisation

 

 
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Presentation Date - 30th April 2015

Opening Keynote Address

(Running Time - 25mins)

 

LESANZ 2015 NATIONAL CONFERENCE (Melbourne) - Day 1

TRANSFORMATION – VISION TO REALITY: Opening Keynote Address

 

 
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Seminar Date - 30th October 2014

Great Debate - Creative Content: Control It or Set It Free?

(Running Time - 54mins)

 

The LESANZ Great Debate is back by popular demand – with 2014 marking the 6th instalment of this annual event.

This year we have asked our debaters to discuss a current topical issue centred upon the control of digital and creative content. Do Intellectual Property rights in digital and creative media help or hinder innovation and the commercialisation of new knowledge and digital content?

As in previous years, we have assembled two expert teams of combatants for this entertaining and informative event, with highly credentialed members from academia and the digital content industry. Join us in receiving an interesting and insightful journey into the digital industry and what it must endure at the precipice of accelerated technology expansion.

 

 
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Seminar Date - 14th October 2014

The Global FRAND Debate

(Running Time - 1hr 6mins)

 

Most standard setting bodies require owners of SEPs to commit to licensing them to implementers on a "fair reasonable and non-discriminatory" basis  (FRAND).   Exactly what this might mean has the subject of much vigorous debate and no less vigorous litigation in many jurisdictions around the world, including Australia.