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A lively atmosphere, fantastic food, and the looming impact of AI were themes of the year’s major IP meeting, finds Tom Phillips.
After being postponed due to the pandemic, the International Trademark Association’s Annual Meeting finally landed in Singapore this week.
Returning to Asia for only the second time and with a large China contingent freed from travel restrictions, this was always going to be a special occasion.
And so it was, with more than 8,000 people from 3,750 organisations making the journey to the luxurious Marina Bay Sands expo centre to meet, share knowledge, and buy and sell IP services.
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