New centre for innovation

We’ve been busy promoting our client, Intellectual Property attorneys Albright IP’s, new centre for innovation in Cheltenham.

As part of the company’s continuing growth the company has recently moved into their newly purchased head office, County House in Cheltenham. The new premises have allowed the company to co locate with its sister product design and production company, DUKU. This mix of patent and trade mark attorneys, designers and production expertise means that they are now uniquely placed to offer a holistic approach to innovation where companies and entrepreneurs can develop ideas into successful products.


Seen as a ‘centre for innovation’ Albright IP are the only UK IP attorneys who not only help to protect companies’ patents and trademarks, but also have the expertise and facilities to turn your light bulb moment into a commercially marketed product.

A growing business

The company, which will celebrate its tenth year in 2017, has seen rapid growth in the past few years and has recently taken on three new graduates. Joining the Albright IP team are Rupert Belsham, Mathew Cyrson and Jerome Luchesa Smith. Mathew and Jerome have just graduated from Oxford with Rupert graduating from Imperial College London. The high number of new appointments is in recognition of the growing demand for its expertise in Trademark and Patent services.

Robert Games, MD of Albright IP talks about the newest members of the team.

“We have a long history in Cheltenham, starting out with just two people, in under ten years we have grown to 20 staff at Albright IP and a further four in DUKU, we have also filed over 2000 patents and 3500 trademarks. This is an impressive number for a relatively small firm and testament to the great team behind it. Our three new starters will help us to further expand our services. From a local perspective it’s great to see such talent being drawn into the area. We look forward to supporting them fully as they seek to achieve their British and European patent qualification over the next five years.”

Robert added “We’re incredibly pleased with our new headquarters in Cheltenham, we work with companies from across the globe but we are always amazed at the businesses that we have in this area and the innovations that local companies bring to our door.”

Albright IP currently help protect the intellectual property rights of over 1,300 companies and clients.