Business Development, Rights And Intellectual Property

Watch our video to learn about doing business in Japan with a particular focus on rights and intellectual property.

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About the Speaker

Paul Riley is Director of Channels and Partnerships for the English Language Teaching Division of Oxford University Press. A long-time resident of Japan, he leads a global business development team that manages digital sales channels and establishes product development and content licensing partnerships for the digital marketplace.
A key focus of the role is commercializing new initiatives in emerging areas of educational technology.

The Webinar Covers

  • Business development through licensing or versioning of content
  • A process map for developing a product partnership
  • Some do’s and don’ts of working with Japanese companies around IP
  • Legal documents: NDAs and Contracts
  • How Japan compares to other markets in Asia in regard to IP

Benefits of Watching

Viewers will get an introduction to doing business in Japan with a particular focus on rights and IP.


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Target Audience

UK companies seeking to start or expand business in Japan through local partners.

For additional information on financial and business services in Japan, please refer to our dedicated sector page.
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This webinar was recorded on 9 April 2015.