Global IP Exchange, Europe

Global IP Exchange, Europe

Germany
12 – 14 March 2018
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The 9th Global IP Exchange will bring together 120 senior IP decision makers who are all looking to discover new ideas, make new connections and most importantly, build a business driven IP strategy. This popular invitation only meeting is open to Chief IP Counsel, Directors of IP, Patent, Trademark, Brand Protection and Anti-Counterfeiting, plus a selected group of innovative solution providers.

• Discover what strategies and solutions other companies are adopting
• Develop new business partnerships through interactive networking opportunities
• Participate in intimate working groups with senior peers to develop new strategies

With a programme designed to help IP, Brand Protection and Trademark directors ensure their IP rights are exploited and protected in a way that is consistent with the commercial goals and objectives of the business, attendees will tailor their agenda by selecting case studies, lively panel debates, peer sharing roundtable discussions, interactive BrainWeave sessions and one-on-one business meetings.

If you’d like to join the Global IP Exchange please contact exchageinfo@iqpc.com, call us on +44(0) 207 368 9484 or request your invitation here
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