Events 2016

World Trademark Review is pleased to announce the latest in our series of high-level conferences designed to tackle the issues that truly matter to trademark counsel and to arm delegates with practicable, strategic takeaways for their daily endeavours.

Drawing on the expertise and contacts that have been built up over World Trademark Review’s 13 years of specialism in the trademark industry, each event will present senior in-house and private practice counsel with carefully honed content, delivered by the industry’s leading lights. Quite simply, if you are in the business of protecting and commercialising trademarks, World Trademark Review events are designed to help you to keep abreast of the latest tools, techniques and knowledge to utilise in this fast-moving environment.

4 Dec 2016

IPBC Asia

Shanghai

As the only event in the region that focuses on how IP owners can strategically use intellectual property, IPBC Asia’s sessions will explore the complex issues associated with IP value creation, but with a specifically Asian flavour, addressing the challenges faced by the region’s rights holders as they seek to expand their businesses across Asia, and beyond.

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7 Dec 2016

Brand Protection Greater China

Shanghai

Join us in Shanghai to share best practices with peers and discuss the latest strategies to combat infringement and protect brand reputation and revenues. Tailored for an audience of 150+ senior brand professionals, this event will be unique as the only forum specifically drilling down into best practice that is reflective of local nuances and trends.

 

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23 Mar 2017

Managing the Trademark Asset Lifecycle - Europe

Munich, Germany

Year after year, Managing the Trademark Asset Lifecycle provides trademark owners, counsel, brand strategists and financial professionals with a platform to present and assess the latest strategies for managing and maximising the effectiveness of  your trademark portfolio as a business asset, enabling trademark departments to position themselves as revenue generators rather than cost centres.

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