The battle to be Asia’s IP hub 01 Dec 11
The first ever Business of IP Asia Forum will take place tomorrow in Hong Kong. Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and the Hong Kong Design Centre, the event consists of a busy day of sessions, panel discussions and workshops aimed at businesses and professionals with an interest in IP. The keynote speech will be provided by Dr Mao Jinsheng, director of the Intellectual Property Development and Research Centre at China’s State IP Office; other speakers and panellists include representatives from Microsoft and Intellectual Ventures, as well as a number of government officials from around the region. The forum will focus on the trade aspects of intellectual property, and attendees can expect to learn more about the latest trends, and hear advice on portfolio management, valuation, licensing and more in the region.
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