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  • While many brands publicly support good causes, it’s much less common for brands to build their core identity on the idea of "giving back.” TOMS Shoes Inc., however, is a brand rooted in philanthropy. On the latest episode of INTA’s podcast Brand & New, Jessica Murray, Senior CSR and IP Director at TOMS Shoes Inc., shares her perspective on brand enforcement, and on how to foster consumer loyalty through meaningful principles and genuine commitment to social causes. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify.
  • Belonging to INTA means you have the opportunity to participate on an INTA committee. Serving on a committee offers you a unique and rewarding chance to contribute to the advancement of the Association’s objectives, network among your peers, and raise your visibility within the international trademark community. Renew today to avoid any interruption to your committee participation. Please go to "My Profile" on the top of this page and click "renew." Renewal ends December 31.
  • “Going to the Annual Meeting in Singapore means an incredibly exciting international destination,” says Elisabeth Bradley (Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, USA), Co-Chair of INTA’s 142nd Annual Meeting in Singapore, April 25–-29, 2020. In a new video, Bradley explains why how the Meeting will provide registrants with cutting edge programming and deep networking connections. Save the date for the world’s largest  and most influential gathering of intellectual property professionals!
  • China Representative Officer Monica Su spoke at the China Fashion Industry Intellectual Property Conference in Beijing on November 1. She discussed INTA’s advocacy efforts to build bridges to secure better and stronger intellectual property protection for fashion designers in China and globally. The event, which drew 150 attendees, was co-hosted by the China Fashion Association and the China Trademark Association.

Brand & New Looks at Why Giving Back Can Be Good for Brands
While many brands publicly support good causes, it’s much less common for brands to build their core identity on the idea of "giving back.” TOMS Shoes Inc., however, is a brand rooted in philanthropy. On the latest episode of INTA’s podcast Brand & New, Jessica Murray, Senior CSR and IP Director at TOMS Shoes Inc., shares her perspective on brand enforcement, and on how to foster consumer loyalty through meaningful principles and genuine commitment to social causes. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify.

Renew Your INTA Membership to Continue Your Committee Participation
Belonging to INTA means you have the opportunity to participate on an INTA committee. Serving on a committee offers you a unique and rewarding chance to contribute to the advancement of the Association’s objectives, network among your peers, and raise your visibility within the international trademark community. Renew today to avoid any interruption to your committee participation. Please go to "My Profile" on the top of this page and click "renew." Renewal ends December 31.

Save the Date for INTA’s 142nd Annual Meeting in Singapore
“Going to the Annual Meeting in Singapore means an incredibly exciting international destination,” says Elisabeth Bradley (Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, USA), Co-Chair of INTA’s 142nd Annual Meeting in Singapore, April 25–-29, 2020. In a new video, Bradley explains why how the Meeting will provide registrants with cutting edge programming and deep networking connections. Save the date for the world’s largest  and most influential gathering of intellectual property professionals!

INTA Speaks on Advocacy Efforts at China Fashion Industry IP Conference in Beijing
China Representative Officer Monica Su spoke at the China Fashion Industry Intellectual Property Conference in Beijing on November 1. She discussed INTA’s advocacy efforts to build bridges to secure better and stronger intellectual property protection for fashion designers in China and globally. The event, which drew 150 attendees, was co-hosted by the China Fashion Association and the China Trademark Association.