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IP IN CHINA: Growth & Opportunities for U.S. Companies - SPONSORSHIP

  April 30, 2013 - Grand Hyatt, New York
  May 2, 2013 - Congress Plaza Hotel, Chicago

Sponsorship packages can be tailored to reflect specific firm requests.

The following is an example structure:

  • One speaking slot on the panel session of your choice
  • One moderating slot on the same panel
  • One display stand at the conference venue
  • 5 delegate places for your firm attendees on a complimentary basis
  • 5 complimentary delegate places for firm guests
  • A full page colour advert in the June edition of Managing IP magazine
  • The firm's logo displayed on all promotional material including event brochure, signage at the event and all event advertising
  • A full page colour advert, plus speaker biographies and photos within the Forum programme
  • The firm's logo featured in the post conference article in Managing IP and on
  • The contact list of delegates at the event (subject to data protection restrictions)

Please contact Melanie Petch on +44 (0) 20 7779 8836 / to discuss.

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@gtlaw Hi - can we use one of your photos in the AIPPI Congress News please?

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Will anyone admit to reading the article and not realising it was a fictional case?!

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