Tell MARQUES about yourself and win a bottle of Cremant
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Tell MARQUES about yourself and win a bottle of Cremant

Trade mark association MARQUES is running a survey to find out more about its members and other IP professionals, and it closes on July 27


The survey takes about five minutes to complete. Some of the questions relate specifically to MARQUES, but they will also be relevant to non-members or former members.

The questionnaire is designed to find out what kinds of services and information IP practitioners want from MARQUES and was put together by the Communication and Membership Team. (In the interest of full disclosure, I should add that I’m a member of that team.)

Moreover, Olivier Laidebeur of Office Freylinger SA has kindly donated a bottle of Luxembourgish Cremant, which one survey respondent will win.

The survey must close next Monday July 27 so do take a few minutes now to fill it in. You should also be able to see it embedded below.

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