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  • On August 24, INTA President Ronald Van Tuijl participated on a panel at Singapore IP Week focusing on 3D printing. Panelists debated the impact of 3D printing on intellectual property rights, the new opportunities for decentralized creativity and more. Stay tuned for a full report of the Association activities in Singapore.
  • Close to 400 IP professionals from over 40 countries have already secured their spot at the 2016 TMAP Meeting taking place in Washington, D.C., on September 14–16. Registrants include representatives from 50+ corporations, small and medium-sized enterprises, and nonprofit organizations. These registrants will enjoy three days of educational sessions and networking opportunities. Learn what’s new at this year’s meeting in the latest INTA Blog post by the 2016 TMAP Project Team member Roy Scott.
  • Don’t miss INTA’s first conference in Africa. Join 150+ brand owners and IP professionals in Cape Town, South Africa, on September 1–2, to exchange ideas, opinions, expertise, and best practices on important issues facing the community. Visit www.inta.org/2016Africa to learn more about the conference program, networking opportunities, and to register.
  • On August 17, INTA sponsored the inauguration of the IP Association of Cambodia in Phnom Penh. INTA’s Chief Representative, Asia-Pacific, Seth Hays represented the Association at this event. Then on August 22-23, INTA President Ronald Van Tuijl, met with Director General of the Malaysia IP Office and spoke on online counterfeiting at the ASEAN USPTO Colloquium for Public Prosecutors and the judiciary as part of a delegation visit in Kuala Lumpur. A full report of these events will be published in the coming weeks.

INTA Discusses 3D Printing at Singapore IP Week
On August 24, INTA President Ronald Van Tuijl participated on a panel at Singapore IP Week focusing on 3D printing. Panelists debated the impact of 3D printing on intellectual property rights, the new opportunities for decentralized creativity and more. Stay tuned for a full report of the Association activities in Singapore.

Why should you attend the 2016 TMAP Meeting?
Close to 400 IP professionals from over 40 countries have already secured their spot at the 2016 TMAP Meeting taking place in Washington, D.C., on September 14–16. Registrants include representatives from 50+ corporations, small and medium-sized enterprises, and nonprofit organizations. These registrants will enjoy three days of educational sessions and networking opportunities. Learn what’s new at this year’s meeting in the latest INTA Blog post by the 2016 TMAP Project Team member Roy Scott.

Online registration closes on Friday, August 26. Book your spot today!
Don’t miss INTA’s first conference in Africa. Join 150+ brand owners and IP professionals in Cape Town, South Africa, on September 1–2, to exchange ideas, opinions, expertise, and best practices on important issues facing the community. Visit www.inta.org/2016Africa to learn more about the conference program, networking opportunities, and to register.

INTA Travels to Cambodia and Malaysia
On August 17, INTA sponsored the inauguration of the IP Association of Cambodia in Phnom Penh. INTA’s Chief Representative, Asia-Pacific, Seth Hays represented the Association at this event. Then on August 22-23, INTA President Ronald Van Tuijl, met with Director General of the Malaysia IP Office and spoke on online counterfeiting at the ASEAN USPTO Colloquium for Public Prosecutors and the judiciary as part of a delegation visit in Kuala Lumpur. A full report of these events will be published in the coming weeks.