CEO to Speak at IP Service World 2016

Our President and CEO, David R. Jarczyk, will be a speaker at IP Service World 2016 taking place on November 21st to 22nd, 2016, in Munich. David will present on, “IP is more than Patents: Top 5 Ways to Monitor Disruptive Innovation & Uncover Companies’ Strategies”. The two-day Congress & Trade Fair is designed for managers and managerial staff within IP, patents, trademarks, domains, licenses, and legislation.

David’s presentation will be taking place on Tuesday, November 22, 2016 at 3:35PM – 4:05PM as a parallel lecture panel. The content area of focus will be “IP Information and Searching Services”. The presentation will answer questions such as: “What are companies’ current capabilities, future innovations, partners and strategic moves?” and “How to monitor disruptive innovation in your market”. It will also highlight data sources of available IP information and company case studies.

This will be the 7th IP Service World and will feature an exceptional trade fair, inspiring lectures, roundtables, multifaceted panel discussions, and intensive networking. There will be seven content areas of focus: “Filing, Annuities & Renewals, IP Law Services, IP Software, IP Strategy & Management, IP Information & Searching Services, IP Valuation & Exploration, and Trademark Management & Protection”. In addition to managers and staff of IP, attendees will be made up of experts in charge of patents, research, and monitoring from R&D and innovation management sectors; managing directors and executive board members; consultants for IP management; patents, trademark, and design lawyers’ and providers of IP services and software.

Press release November 17, 2016: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/11/prweb13860286.htm

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