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  • The Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) in Vietnam and INTA renewed a Memorandum of Understanding for the next three years at a meeting in Hanoi on November 17. Both parties signified their commitment to work together to develop and deliver activities that are aligned with their strategic directions. That afternoon, a workshop on IP valuation and brand equity took place between brand owners, key industry stakeholders, IP agents, MOST’s Deputy Chief Inspector, Ms. Nguyen Nhu Quynh, and INTA Chief Representative of Asia-Pacific, Seth Hays. Read more about these activities in an upcoming INTA Bulletin.
  • Join INTA November 30-December 1 in Berlin for its first Brand Authenticity Conference. This unique and timely conference will explore why today’s sustainability, corporate social responsibility, and integrity initiatives are driving brand purpose, brand value, and the bottom line. Hélène Nicora, INTA's Chief Representative Officer-Europe invites everyone to "think outside the box" at what promises to be a fantastic program; watch her video interview. Learn more and register today: www.inta.org/2017Berlin.
  • INTA attended the National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Coordination Center’s 2017 IPR Center Symposium: Solving the E-Commerce Puzzle on November 15. National IPR Center Deputy Director Bill Ross welcomed the crowd of private and public sector at its center in Arlington, Virginia. For more information, read the next edition of the INTA Bulletin.
  • Find out by reading INTA’s new members-only Free Trade Zones fact sheet! For a more in-depth exploration, attend one of INTA’s one-day workshops, which provide a forum for brand owners, free trade zone authorities, government officials, and other key stakeholders to share their concerns and best practices and to work together toward solutions to combat the ongoing threat of counterfeiting in free trade zones. There is an upcoming Free Trade Zone Workshops being held in Berlin, Germany (November 29, 2017).

INTA Continues Collaboration with Vietnam Ministry of Science
The Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) in Vietnam and INTA renewed a Memorandum of Understanding for the next three years at a meeting in Hanoi on November 17. Both parties signified their commitment to work together to develop and deliver activities that are aligned with their strategic directions. That afternoon, a workshop on IP valuation and brand equity took place between brand owners, key industry stakeholders, IP agents, MOST’s Deputy Chief Inspector, Ms. Nguyen Nhu Quynh, and INTA Chief Representative of Asia-Pacific, Seth Hays. Read more about these activities in an upcoming INTA Bulletin.

Join INTA for the Upcoming Brand Authenticity Conference in Berlin
Join INTA November 30-December 1 in Berlin for its first Brand Authenticity Conference. This unique and timely conference will explore why today’s sustainability, corporate social responsibility, and integrity initiatives are driving brand purpose, brand value, and the bottom line. Hélène Nicora, INTA's Chief Representative Officer-Europe invites everyone to "think outside the box" at what promises to be a fantastic program; watch her video interview. Learn more and register today: www.inta.org/2017Berlin.

INTA Participates at E-Commerce Symposium in Virginia
INTA attended the National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Coordination Center’s 2017 IPR Center Symposium: Solving the E-Commerce Puzzle on November 15. National IPR Center Deputy Director Bill Ross welcomed the crowd of private and public sector at its center in Arlington, Virginia. For more information, read the next edition of the INTA Bulletin.

What Are Free Trade Zones and How Do They Affect Brand Owners?
Find out by reading INTA’s new members-only Free Trade Zones fact sheet! For a more in-depth exploration, attend one of INTA’s one-day workshops, which provide a forum for brand owners, free trade zone authorities, government officials, and other key stakeholders to share their concerns and best practices and to work together toward solutions to combat the ongoing threat of counterfeiting in free trade zones. There is an upcoming Free Trade Zone Workshops being held in Berlin, Germany (November 29, 2017).