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  • Will INTA’s 2020 Annual Meeting, April 25–29, in Singapore, be your first one? Register now for the Newcomers Match Program! INTA will match you with another first-time Annual Meeting registrant, so that you can connect in advance and at the Meeting to attend one or more events together and share experiences. According to a 2019 Annual Meeting survey, 97.5 percent of Newcomers Match participants would recommend the program to others. You can access the sign-up form through the Annual Meeting Registration Portal.
  • Renew your INTA membership today to ensure that you continue to receive our robust member benefits, including discounted registration rates for the 2020 Annual Meeting and other INTA events. Other exclusive member benefits include access to comprehensive, time-saving legal resources, a plethora of volunteer and professional and personal development opportunities, and the ability to benchmark best practices with other industry professionals. 
  • Sessions that look at women in both the sports and esports industries are on the agenda at INTA’s 2020 Europe Conference—Brands, Sports, and Esports: A Brand (R)evolution, February 17–18, in Madrid, Spain.  In a capsule keynote address, Rebecca (Bex) Smith, Global Director of the Women’s Game, COPA90, and a former professional footballer, will share her story and her mission to increase the visibility of women’s football. Another session will explore women in esports, including the exponential growth of women gamers and what it means for brands in the industry. 
  • Is 2020 the year of Brexit? An article in the latest issue of the INTA Bulletin addresses that question and explores the intellectual property (IP) implications if Brexit happens this year. INTA’s Brexit Task Force has been continually monitoring the situation and has advocated to both European Union and United Kingdom negotiators for IP protection for brand owners and right-holders during the negotiations as well as when Brexit becomes effective. Read more about the Brexit Task Force’s work here.

Sign Up for the Newcomers Match Program at INTA’s 2020 Annual Meeting
Will INTA’s 2020 Annual Meeting, April 25–29, in Singapore, be your first one? Register now for the Newcomers Match Program! INTA will match you with another first-time Annual Meeting registrant, so that you can connect in advance and at the Meeting to attend one or more events together and share experiences. According to a 2019 Annual Meeting survey, 97.5 percent of Newcomers Match participants would recommend the program to others. You can access the sign-up form through the Annual Meeting Registration Portal.

There’s Still Time to Renew Your INTA Membership and Reap the Benefits
Renew your INTA membership today to ensure that you continue to receive our robust member benefits, including discounted registration rates for the 2020 Annual Meeting and other INTA events. Other exclusive member benefits include access to comprehensive, time-saving legal resources, a plethora of volunteer and professional and personal development opportunities, and the ability to benchmark best practices with other industry professionals. 

INTA’s 2020 Europe Conference Will Look at Women in Sports and Esports
Sessions that look at women in both the sports and esports industries are on the agenda at INTA’s 2020 Europe Conference—Brands, Sports, and Esports: A Brand (R)evolution, February 17–18, in Madrid, Spain.  In a capsule keynote address, Rebecca (Bex) Smith, Global Director of the Women’s Game, COPA90, and a former professional footballer, will share her story and her mission to increase the visibility of women’s football. Another session will explore women in esports, including the exponential growth of women gamers and what it means for brands in the industry. 

INTA Bulletin Explores Intellectual Property Implications of Brexit—Should It Come to Be in 2020
Is 2020 the year of Brexit? An article in the latest issue of the INTA Bulletin addresses that question and explores the intellectual property (IP) implications if Brexit happens this year. INTA’s Brexit Task Force has been continually monitoring the situation and has advocated to both European Union and United Kingdom negotiators for IP protection for brand owners and right-holders during the negotiations as well as when Brexit becomes effective. Read more about the Brexit Task Force’s work here.