INTA 2023 to be held in Singapore from May to June 2023AAA IPRIGHT2
INTA 2023 is to be held in Singapore from May to June 2023. As one of the largest Intellectual Property gatherings in the world, this year, INTA is expected to become a common stage for business development through IP assets, where experts and business owners, leaders can contact and exchange business opportunities.
INTA’s 2023 Annual Meeting Live+ will connect the most influential brand professionals from across the globe and industries at the largest gathering of its kind. The event will take place from May 16–May 20, 2023, at Sands Expo & Convention Center, 10 Bayfront Avenue, 018956, Singapore.
The May meeting is in-person meeting, meaning an official meeting. The online meeting or virtual meeting will take place from June 27-June 29. INTA offers 3 methods to attends these 2 events.
In which the Live+ includes both in-person meeting and Virtual meeting with the price of $1,475. The In-person only meeting has a price of $1,425. The Virtual only meeting has a price of $525.
Live+ registration gives the participants access to all the general sessions at both the in-person and virtual portions of the Meeting. All limited attendance events will be sold separately. Pricing above reflects Early Bird Member rates, only.
Main aspects of INTA 2023
This year’s meeting will focus on the business of innovation, exploring the implications for IP and looking ahead to the future.
From IP in outer space to AI and NFTs, INTA 2023 will explore what the latest advances in technology could mean for brands in the future.
Business of Brands
The participants can learn how brands can adapt and thrive in today’s constantly evolving environment.
Coming to the event, participants will have the chance to connect with the largest international network of IP and brand professionals, while exploring the vibrant city of Singapore. The Business Development (BD) networking sessions offer a range of opportunities to grow the network and spark new conversations, both in person and virtually.
From more than 250 Table Topics to immersive excursions, there’s something for everyone.
Participants can choose to become a sponsor of the event to reach an international audience of brand owners and IP experts with INTA’s unique and customizable sponsor opportunities available for every budget.
Participants can choose to strategically showcase their organization and make meaningful business connections as part of INTA’s Innovation Marketplace.
INTA is a global association of brand owners and professionals dedicated to supporting trademarks and complementary intellectual property (IP) to foster consumer trust, economic growth, and innovation, and committed to building a better society through brands.
As a not-for-profit association, INTA’s role is to serve their members, the profession, and society as a trusted and influential advocate for the economic and social value of brands.
INTA was founded in 1878 by 17 merchants and manufacturers who saw a need for an organization “to protect and promote the rights of trademark owners, to secure useful legislation, and to give aid and encouragement to all efforts for the advancement and observance of trademark rights.” Since then, INTA hss grown into a global community, with members around the world and offices in multiple regions.
INTA membership comprises nearly 6,000 organizations from 181 countries. The organizations represent more than 33,500 professionals, including brand owners from major corporations, small- and medium-sized enterprises, law firms, and nonprofits. INTA community also includes government agency members, professors, and law students.
INTA’s most important asset is the talented and dedicated group of individuals who serve on their committees. From advising on policy positions to creating resources and communicating on key issues, their expertise and contributions enhance INTA’s work—benefiting industry stakeholders and society.
INTA speak for brand owners by working to foster effective laws and policies worldwide on trademark and related rights and to harmonize the implementation of those rights. In a collaborative effort between dedicated volunteers and staff engaged in 19 advocacy committees, INTA strategically focus on the most pressing issues for brand protection and enforcement.
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