At a time when unity is needed more than ever to tackle sovereign debt issues, there's one particular field where Europeans are gathering to move forward: intellectual property.
A four day IP conference - the format thrives in the US, but it remains rare in Europe.
This time, the initiative isn’t funded by a large NGO or lobbying group. Behind the IP Week lies an independent conference producer focused on putting forward the latest IP trends based on a neutral approach.
Premier Cercle™, organiser of the IP Summit since 2004, has taken up the challenge. The privately-held Belgian-French company is opening up the path to innovation with a renewed concept for this congress.
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