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INTA Brussels marks 10th anniversary with Digital World conference


The Digital Single Market, managing brands online and the Internet of Things are a few of the topics on the agenda of INTA's Digital World Conference, which takes place in Brussels on December 1 and 2

Brussels (photo: Marc Ryckaert)

Among the speakers are:

  • Jamie Barnard - general counsel - global media, marketing and e-commerce, Unilever

  • Richard Graham, head of digital, IP department, Richemont

  • Greg Williams, deputy editor of WIRED

  • David Fares, senior vice president of government affairs, Twenty-First Century Fox

  • Matt Heinl, CEO of Moving Brands

The conference is co-chaired by two former INTA presidents, Toe Su Aung, now of Elipe, and Mei-lan Stark, who has recently joined NBC Universal Media. Aung and Chris Oldknow published a guest post "How the DSM will affect brand owners" on this blog in March 2015.

The conference features a number of speakers from the European Commission and European Parliament as well as from industry associations and law firms.

On the evening of December 1 there is a networking reception to mark the 10th anniversary of INTA's Brussels office. 

More information about the conference - including the full programme, a video of the co-chairs and registration information - is available here.

The standard registration fee for INTA members is $975 plus VAT and for non-members $1,450 plus VAT. Other rates are available for students, professors, non-profit etc.

The conference is preceded by an INTA-BASCAP workshop on intermediaries and rights holders on November 30.

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