Entefy co-founder Brienne talks intellectual property with Wharton MBA students

As a growing company, Entefy seeks opportunities to share insights with other entrepreneurs. Last week, co-founder Brienne joined Daniel Peterson, Intellectual Property attorney at Blank Rome LLP and friend of Entefy, to give a talk to Wharton MBA students at their San Francisco campus. The duo presented their thoughts on how the ownership of IP assets plays into entrepreneurship and the startup journey. 

It was a beautiful evening for a visit to Wharton’s campus overlooking the Embarcadero and Bay Bridge. Brienne and Daniel were warmly welcomed by Professor Laura Huang and students before jumping into their presentation. Daniel provided an overview of intellectual property and Brienne discussed Entefy’s filed and issued patents, trademarks, and copyrights. The students asked questions based on their personal experiences and, as the event drew to a close, they met one-on-one with Brienne and Daniel.

Entefy promotes courageous innovation and entrepreneurship around the world. We welcome the opportunity to share our team’s experiences and discoveries with more groups like Wharton’s MBA students who are passionate about business and technology.