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Auto IP Europe 2018

IAM


Description

When: 17th May 2018, 8am - 18:30pm

Where: Munich, Germany 

Collaboration and success in the IP landscape

Today’s automotive market is evolving faster than ever before and intellectual property is quickly moving up the corporate agenda. Now more than ever, patenting, brand protection, litigation, licensing and collaboration are vital concerns not just for sound IP strategies, but also for commercial success.

IAM’s inaugural Auto IP Europe builds on two successful years in Detroit to provide automotive industry IP professionals with a unique platform to learn, share best practice and discuss new ways to exploit and protect their intellectual property and maintain a competitive advantage.

Why attend Auto IP Europe? 

  • Gain international perspectives and insights on the key challenges facing IP managers across the complex automotive supply chain.
  • Understand how to maintain a competitive advantage in the changing IP landscape and best adapt IP strategies for success.
  • Join thought-provoking and interactive panel discussions designed to maximise audience participation and engagement.
  • Learn from senior IP experts at the leading OEMs, Tier 1 and 2 suppliers, as well as new market entrants and high-tech players.
  • Discuss the IP challenges associated with connectivity, fully autonomous vehicles and electrification.

Plus meet, network and engage with the senior auto industry figures making the big decisions in dedicated networking sessions.

CPD credits
Auto IP Europe has been submitted for approval for CPD hours. Subject to this approval, the projected CPD credits awarded could be up to five hours.


Details

Date
17 May 2018
Location
Germany