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Read Trademark Times this week

We are publishing a new newspaper during this week - Trademark Times. Pick up your copy at our booth in the INTA Exhibition Hall or download a PDF from our website

Copies of the newspaper will be available at our stand (F23-25) today, tomorrow and Tuesday. It includes news, interviews and photos and is published during the INTA Annual Meeting being held in Barcelona. 

The first issue can also be downloaded from our website (PDF). This has articles on plain packaging, Brexit, KitKat and hashtags, an interview with IACC President Bob Barchiesi and the first part of our exclusive IP STARS research looking at what clients look for in outside advisers. 

There are also tips for things to do in Barcelona and our recommendations for which sessions to attend. 

Trademark Times is not associated with, or endorsed by, INTA.

Also on our booth you can find copies of our recent magazines, handbooks and supplements, more information on the website and details of our latest subscription offers.

And we have a special gift for practitioners listed in IP STARS: a unique passport for everyone who submitted their photo during this year's research process. Come to the booth to claim yours!



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