After a century-long industrial revolution, and a few decades-long rise of a services economy, the world has swiftly — in a matter of years since its inflexion point in 2011 — shifted into a knowledge era. This era, which political and business leaders still have to apprehend, has started with innovation at a pace and in proportions never seen before, and drives the increasing importance of intangibles on the corporate balance sheets, in international trade, in States productivity.
In other terms, the new rules of global competition.
This is the beginning of an IP Economy.
This year, for its first time ever, the IP Summit comes to necessarily Paris. Indeed, according to the compromised deal signed in June 2012 by the Council of the EU, Paris should soon host the main seat of the Unitary Patent Court. Furthermore, what would be the best place to speak about Luxury and Consumer Goods of Branded Labels...
Three days will be necessary to tackle all the key issues: with a mix of keynote speeches, plenary sessions and workshops, this three-day-conference aims at discussing, with high-level speakers from the industry and representatives of international public authorities, major recent evolutions, actions, and ongoing reforms.
Monday 9 & Tuesday 10 December, 2013
Wednesday 11 December, 2013
• 3-day conference
- The first 2 days will be devoted to patents
- The third day will be devoted to trademarks
• 16 Plenary Sessions
• 18 Workshops
Premier Cercle's Angle
Business-focused, horizontal / vertical topics, benchmarks & case studies
. IP Reforms
. Patents Strategies
. IP Industry Challenges
. Unitary Patent & Unitary Patent Court
. IP States
. Trademarks protection
The ambition of this 8th PanEuropean IP Summit is to showcase the best practices and debate the emerging trends, giving you the keys to succeed in this IP Economy.