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  • More than 350 attendees joined INTA in New Orleans to participate in the Trademark Administrators and Practitioners Meeting (TMAP). On September 19, attendees participated in sessions on emotional intelligence, career development, and managing a trademark portfolio. At the closing ceremony, Wendell Brunious and Bill Taylor from the Trombone Shorty Foundation discussed the cultural impact of the city’s music. Thank you to everyone that made this such a successful meeting. Keep an eye out for a full report in an upcoming INTA Bulletin.
  • INTA has released the results of the ASEAN Impact study. The report shows that industries which intensively use trademarks contribute significantly to five major economies in the Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region. Analysis from The Economic Contribution of Trademark-Intensive Industries in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand indicates that trademark-intensive activities generate increased employment across sectors and added contributions to international trade. This study has been released after the conclusion of five press conferences throughout the ASEAN region. Read the complete study today.
  • Inspired by the continued success of INTA’s Moot Court Competitions in the United States, INTA is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Association's first-ever Asia-Pacific Moot Court Competition in Singapore. This exciting and rewarding competition is for teams of students from law schools outside the United States and will take place on February 24, 2018. To learn more about the competition’s requirements, benefits, and awards, or to register, visit www.inta.org/mootcourtsingapore. Be sure to register today!
  • INTA's Changing Landscape of Latin America conference, happening on October 2–3 in Cartagena, Colombia, provides the educational and networking tools to thrive during a time of constant change in the region. Meet the conference co-chairs, Diana Arredondo and Maria Cecilia Romoleroux, as they share what inspired them to develop this exciting program in the latest INTA video interview.

INTA Holds Successful TMAP Meeting in New Orleans
More than 350 attendees joined INTA in New Orleans to participate in the Trademark Administrators and Practitioners Meeting (TMAP). On September 19, attendees participated in sessions on emotional intelligence, career development, and managing a trademark portfolio. At the closing ceremony, Wendell Brunious and Bill Taylor from the Trombone Shorty Foundation discussed the cultural impact of the city’s music. Thank you to everyone that made this such a successful meeting. Keep an eye out for a full report in an upcoming INTA Bulletin.

Now Available: INTA Publishes ASEAN Impact Study Results
INTA has released the results of the ASEAN Impact study. The report shows that industries which intensively use trademarks contribute significantly to five major economies in the Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region. Analysis from The Economic Contribution of Trademark-Intensive Industries in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand indicates that trademark-intensive activities generate increased employment across sectors and added contributions to international trade. This study has been released after the conclusion of five press conferences throughout the ASEAN region. Read the complete study today.

Registration opens for First Asia-Pacific Moot Court Competition
Inspired by the continued success of INTA’s Moot Court Competitions in the United States, INTA is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Association's first-ever Asia-Pacific Moot Court Competition in Singapore. This exciting and rewarding competition is for teams of students from law schools outside the United States and will take place on February 24, 2018. To learn more about the competition’s requirements, benefits, and awards, or to register, visit www.inta.org/mootcourtsingapore. Be sure to register today!

Meet the Co-Chairs of the Latin America Conference
INTA's Changing Landscape of Latin America conference, happening on October 2–3 in Cartagena, Colombia, provides the educational and networking tools to thrive during a time of constant change in the region. Meet the conference co-chairs, Diana Arredondo and Maria Cecilia Romoleroux, as they share what inspired them to develop this exciting program in the latest INTA video interview.