The IP Summit: a two-pronged approach


Premier Cercle

The pan-European Intellectual Property Summit returns for its fifth year, and this time it has grown from two to four days across two different countries, as Premier Cercle, the co-organiser, explains.

On December 6 and 7, 2012, the IP Summit ‘Patents Reloaded’ will focus on patents in Brussels, Belgium. On December 10 and 11, the IP Summit ‘Regenerating Trademarks’ will cover trademarks and anti-counterfeiting in Alicante, Spain.

Researched and organised by Premier Cercle, in association with TB&I, the IP Summits will bring their unique blends of keynote speeches and workshops to a wide audience. Debates will flow on subjects ranging from crucial reforms to boardroom advice, business practices and litigation cases. Top-level officials will outline their agendas; CEOs will share their strategies; and chief IP officers will reveal their sometimes unusual tricks for getting the most of their IP portfolios.

It has been a lively and important year for IP. Premier Cercle wanted to be as exhaustive as possible in its approach and also open new networking opportunities by covering the topics separately.

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