Global Patent Congress 2015
Date(s) - 28/09/2015 - 30/09/2015
Global Patent Congress will be back for its 9
in 2015 with an all new format and speaker line up!
Join us in Copenhagen 28th – 30
September 2015 to receive all the latest patent information, updates, ideas, tactics and advice, plus network with your peers in the industry’s number one forum.
Global Patent Congress will be back for its 9th edition with all new features, format and agenda
What’s new at the Global Patent Congress 2015?
- Global Patent Congress Awards
- Brand new format with more sessions and topics than even before to choose from including
- Chief Intellectual Property Officer Boardrooms
- Increased global presentations
- Added peer to peer networking time
- Global Patent Congress Advisory Board Meeting
- More networking to meet your peers
- Extended exhibition hours
IP professionals worldwide face extraordinary competing demands as you look to fully optimise your patent portfolio.
From enforcement to monetisation, litigation and licensing, filing and patent management plus developing an IP strategy in line with business goals, IP professionals need to be able to effectively execute IP strategy to ensure maximum value to your company.
In today’s rapidly changing landscape, building a strong patent strategy, and have the capability, knowledge and ability to execute it will ensure that you are delivering value to your business through the IP function.
At the all new Global Patent Congress 2015, you will participate in industry discussions, sessions, debates and case studies to ensure you have the knowledge, updates, tactics and strategies you need at your disposal to optimise and protect your
Designed exclusively for Heads of Patents, Heads of IP, Chief Intellectuals Property Officers and Patent Attorneys, this is your opportunity to learn from global leaders and debate with your peers solutions to overcome IP challenges. At the Global Patent Congress you will be able formulate strategies to execute your patent management, licensing, litigation and enforcements plans.