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  • China’s growing affluent middle class is looking to experience the quality of food, cosmetics, clothing, and other goods that they often associate with foreign brands. It is not surprising that many foreign brand owners have made China a strategic partner in their international expansion plans. Read why and how more brands are jumping into the market by bringing their business online in the newest post on the INTA Blog. Hear the author speak live on this topic at INTA’s Asia-Pacific Conference: Looking Beyond Trademarks, October 11-12 in Sydney Australia.
  • Join INTA today and your organization will enjoy membership now through the rest of September, October, November and December, and all of 2019. Your organization will benefit from more than 15 months of membership for the price of 12 by paying your 2019 membership dues now. Learn more about the benefits of joining INTA here.
  • Amaryllis Verhoeven is Head of Unit, Industrial Property and the Fight against Counterfeiting, which is in charge of assessing, monitoring, and defining policies related to the protection of industrial property and the fight against counterfeiting, at the European Commission (EU Commission). In the latest issue of the INTA Bulletin, Ms. Verhoeven spoke with INTA about key priorities for the EU Commission in the field of intellectual property and the fight against counterfeiting. Read more here.
  • Registration for INTA’s Middle East and Africa Conference: Innovation, Investment and IP, December 10-11, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates is now open. The Middle East and Africa regions contain some of the world’s major developing economies. A growing number of multinational trademark owners are recognizing the burgeoning opportunities for growth in this part of the world. Join us for robust discussions about the opportunities and challenges of attracting investment into the region, how innovation is re-shaping the economy, and the importance of a thorough IP strategy for effective protection and enforcement in the region. Sign up today

Learn the Challenges of Bringing Your Brand Online in China
China’s growing affluent middle class is looking to experience the quality of food, cosmetics, clothing, and other goods that they often associate with foreign brands. It is not surprising that many foreign brand owners have made China a strategic partner in their international expansion plans. Read why and how more brands are jumping into the market by bringing their business online in the newest post on the INTA Blog. Hear the author speak live on this topic at INTA’s Asia-Pacific Conference: Looking Beyond Trademarks, October 11-12 in Sydney Australia.

Sign Up for INTA Membership in 2019. Start Enjoying the Benefits Now.
Join INTA today and your organization will enjoy membership now through the rest of September, October, November and December, and all of 2019. Your organization will benefit from more than 15 months of membership for the price of 12 by paying your 2019 membership dues now. Learn more about the benefits of joining INTA here.

Interview with European Commission Representative on IP and Counterfeiting
Amaryllis Verhoeven is Head of Unit, Industrial Property and the Fight against Counterfeiting, which is in charge of assessing, monitoring, and defining policies related to the protection of industrial property and the fight against counterfeiting, at the European Commission (EU Commission). In the latest issue of the INTA Bulletin, Ms. Verhoeven spoke with INTA about key priorities for the EU Commission in the field of intellectual property and the fight against counterfeiting. Read more here.

Register Today For The Middle East and Africa Conference
Registration for INTA’s Middle East and Africa Conference: Innovation, Investment and IP, December 10-11, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates is now open. The Middle East and Africa regions contain some of the world’s major developing economies. A growing number of multinational trademark owners are recognizing the burgeoning opportunities for growth in this part of the world. Join us for robust discussions about the opportunities and challenges of attracting investment into the region, how innovation is re-shaping the economy, and the importance of a thorough IP strategy for effective protection and enforcement in the region. Sign up today