Over 70 IP business leaders confirmed to speak at IPBC Global 2019
More than 70 IP thought-leaders from business, policy, finance and the legal sector have been confirmed as speakers at IPBC Global 2019, taking place in Boston from 16th to 18th June. And the simple fact is that you are not going to have the opportunity to learn from and interact with such a senior line-up of IP leaders anywhere else this year.
Acknowledged as the foremost event about the business of IP value creation, IPBC Global 2019 will put dozens of executives who run many of the world’s most innovative and successful corporate IP functions in front of delegates in a range of exciting session formats. Among those taking part are:
- Erich Andersen, Corporate Vice President and Chief IP Counsel, Microsoft
- Lyse Brillouet, Vice President, IP and Licensing, Orange
- Jeremiah Chan, Head, Patents, Facebook
- Denise Lane, Director, IP, Boston Scientific
- Josh Death, Head, IP, TD Bank
- Christina Petersson, Chief IP Officer, Ericsson
- Michael Lee, Head, Patents, Google
- Gillian Thackray, Vice President and Chief IP Counsel, Thermo Fisher Scientific
- Changhae Park, Chief IP Officer, NXP Semiconductors
- Lucy Wojcik, Head, IP, Ocado Group plc
- Calum Smyth, Global Head, IP, Barclays plc
- Karen Sinclair, Director, IP, Harvard University
To view the full speaking faculty click here.
IPBC Global offers delegates the chance to hear from people who have the depth of knowledge, experience and insight that only those leading world-class corporate IP functions possess - and to learn how they operate successfully inside the rapidly changing IP landscape.
With over 600 senior leaders in attendance, IPBC Global 2019 will provide unrivalled opportunities to meet, network and engage with senior corporate decision makers, strategists, dealmakers and policy experts.
What makes IPBC Global so unique is that it attracts top executives from such a wide range of industries, with such different perspectives on IP value creation and the strategies required to turn plans into deliverable outcomes. If you want to know what the IP world will look like in five years’ time, and how people will be operating inside it, Boston is the place to be this June.
There isn’t much time left to register and spaces are filling fast. Click here to make sure you are able to join us for the IP event of the year.
Note that quotas for both service providers and private practice lawyers and attorneys are now full, so if you fall into either category you will need to go on the waiting list for a ticket. But there are still places available for people working in IP-owning organisations.