The organiser of this year’s IP Summit has planned a programme that runs the gamut of IP concerns.
Rendez-vous in December 9, 10 and 11 in ‘La Ville Lumière’, home of some of the world’s most famous brands and most innovative companies in biotechnology, high-tech, aerospace, automotive and renewable energies.
For its 8th edition, the Pan European IP Summit goes to Paris, chosen as the main seat of the Unified Patent Court (UPC), and will spread over three days to cover both patent and trademark issues, including a whole day dedicated to the unitary patent (UP).
As organiser of the IP Summit for nearly 10 years, Premier Cercle is banking on the ever-increasing relevance of intellectual assets in the corporate world. After a century-long industrial revolution and a few decades rise of a services economy, the world has swiftly—in a matter of years—shifted into a knowledge era.
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