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  • Thank you 2018 Annual Meeting Registrants, Sponsors, Exhibitors, and Business Partners for making this the largest INTA Annual Meeting ever. Nearly 11,000 registrants gathered in Seattle, Washington for educational sessions, networking, and socializing, culminating in the Grand Finale at the Seattle Center. Safe travels to everyone traveling home from Seattle!

    It’s never too early to start thinking about the next Annual Meeting. INTA’s 141st Annual Meeting will take place from May 18 – May 22, 2019 in Boston Massachusetts. Be on the lookout for more information in the coming months.
  • Consider helping INTA’s Nominating Committee identify the Association’s future volunteer leaders by submitting nominations for Members of the Board of Directors and Officers of the Board. INTA is seeking nominations for Board Members to serve three-year terms beginning January 1, 2019. Additionally, INTA is seeking nominations for President-Elect, Vice President(s), Secretary, and Treasurer serving a one-year term commencing January 1, 2019. Members eligible to submit nominations can learn more and submit Board nominations here and Officer nominations here. Nominations are due June 1.
  • Join INTA in Sydney, Australia, on October 11–12 for the 2018 Asia-Pacific Conference: Looking Beyond Trademarks—Protecting and Leveraging Your Brands for Growth. Learn practical tips and tricks to strengthen your skills and knowledge so you’ll remain at the forefront of key developments while adding value to your business in a cost-effective manner. The conference’s comprehensive program will take you beyond traditional trademark topics, keeping you ahead of the curve when it comes to the many issues that can affect brands in today’s market. Registration opens here on June 6.
  • INTA representatives traveled in April to Buenos Aires, Argentina; Tulcan, Ecuador; and Montevideo, Uruguay to support several activities led by the Anticounterfeiting Committee. In Argentina they organized a policy dialogue titled “Combatting Online Counterfeiting.” In Uruguary they attended a two day seminar called “Third Forum on Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights: The Role of Intellectual Property Offices.” In Ecuador INTA held a cross-border customs training for authorities from Colombia and Ecuador. Read more in the INTA Bulletin here.


Thank You for a Successful 140th Annual Meeting
Thank you 2018 Annual Meeting Registrants, Sponsors, Exhibitors, and Business Partners for making this the largest INTA Annual Meeting ever. Nearly 11,000 registrants gathered in Seattle, Washington for educational sessions, networking, and socializing, culminating in the Grand Finale at the Seattle Center. Safe travels to everyone traveling home from Seattle!

It’s never too early to start thinking about the next Annual Meeting. INTA’s 141st Annual Meeting will take place from May 18 – May 22, 2019 in Boston Massachusetts. Be on the lookout for more information in the coming months.


INTA Needs Your Help to Identify 2019 Leaders
Consider helping INTA’s Nominating Committee identify the Association’s future volunteer leaders by submitting nominations for Members of the Board of Directors and Officers of the Board. INTA is seeking nominations for Board Members to serve three-year terms beginning January 1, 2019. Additionally, INTA is seeking nominations for President-Elect, Vice President(s), Secretary, and Treasurer serving a one-year term commencing January 1, 2019. Members eligible to submit nominations can learn more and submit Board nominations here and Officer nominations here. Nominations are due June 1.

The INTA Asia-Pacific Conference Coming to Syndey, Australia, on October 11-12
Join INTA in Sydney, Australia, on October 11–12 for the 2018 Asia-Pacific Conference: Looking Beyond Trademarks—Protecting and Leveraging Your Brands for Growth. Learn practical tips and tricks to strengthen your skills and knowledge so you’ll remain at the forefront of key developments while adding value to your business in a cost-effective manner. The conference’s comprehensive program will take you beyond traditional trademark topics, keeping you ahead of the curve when it comes to the many issues that can affect brands in today’s market. Registration opens here on June 6.

INTA Takes Anticounterfeiting Message to Argentina, Ecuador, and Uruguay
INTA representatives traveled in April to Buenos Aires, Argentina; Tulcan, Ecuador; and Montevideo, Uruguay to support several activities led by the Anticounterfeiting Committee. In Argentina they organized a policy dialogue titled “Combatting Online Counterfeiting.” In Uruguary they attended a two day seminar called “Third Forum on Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights: The Role of Intellectual Property Offices.” In Ecuador INTA held a cross-border customs training for authorities from Colombia and Ecuador. Read more in the INTA Bulletin here.