On Wednesday 9th October 2019, Mr. Benjamin Oduro Arhin Jnr (Bnoskka) organized another Creative Arts Business and Intellectual Property seminar after the Airport View Hotel session on 6th September at University Of Education, Winneba.
The event took place at the Amu Theatre with over 500 students, staffs and visitors from the University community as participants.
The purpose of the seminar is a capacity building platform educating participants on creativity, business and how to protect ones ideas against unfair competition, Copyright infringement, Patents, Trademarks and Industrial Designs Rights, and how it relate to business.
He further cleared misconceptions about an author’s moral right, economic right, performer’s right and unauthorized usage of copyright protected works.
The seminar took three sessions, the first was the main teaching session led by Mr. Benjamin Oduro Arhin Jnr.
The second was a creativity testing performance led by the main speaker and an international bilingual Comedian known as ATINO with his “Botom Music, Dance and Comedy”
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The last was a Watch Your Tongue Approach to Creative Arts Business by Officer Kwasi Ofori Appiah.
The head of department Dr. Obed Acquah was represented by Mr. Mark Millas and Edwin Ferguson.
The President of the Student Association, Mr. Emmanuel Kofi Owusu, gave the vote of thanks and presented a certificate of appreciation to Mr. Benjamin Oduro Arhin Jnr for his support to the University community and the students association for coming out this great education on Creative Arts Business and Intellectual Property.
According to the organizer similar workshop/seminar will take place in all tertiary institutions in all the 16th regions of Ghana and its neighboring countries.