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2018 Asia-Pacific Conference: Looking Beyond Trademarks—Protecting and Leveraging Your Brands for Growth
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Looking at Brands from All Angles


INTA returns to Sydney, Australia, for the first time in ten years for a comprehensive program on building brand value!

Don’t miss this great opportunity to hear from your corporate colleagues about building and protecting brands—a business’s most valuable asset. In a world of rapid change, disruption, and innovation, it is more important than ever to look beyond traditional trademark protection and enforcement strategies and start considering a range of IP issues and their impact on brand value.

Speakers from the following well-known organizations will share their thoughts and insights on brands during this two-day intermediate-to-advanced program:

  • Diageo Australia Limited
  • Antipodes Nature 
  • Invictus Games Foundation
  • Nike Australia Pty. Ltd.
  • GiVV Technologies Ltd. 
  • Mars, Incorporated
  • Tiffany & Co. 
  • Even more speakers to be confirmed!

Register today for the 2018 Asia-Pacific Conference: Looking Beyond Trademarks to deepen your knowledge and skills relating to IP issues and business-relevant topics, and take advantage of key networking opportunities with your peers and colleagues from various organizations and outside counsel.


REGISTER TODAY 


Who should attend?

Brand owners, in-house counsel at all levels, law firm practitioners, trademark professionals, brand protection managers, and anticounterfeiting professionals, as well as students and government officials, are encouraged to attend.


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 A way to give back


As part of INTA’s corporate social responsibility efforts, we are asking attendees upon registration to make a voluntary donation to Indigenous Community Volunteers, an Australian nonprofit community development organization that provides opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to develop human and community capacity.


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