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MIP IP Strategy Forum 2017

April 26, ETC County Hall, London





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Managing Intellectual Property collaborated with Aistemos for the inaugural
MIP IP Strategy Forum 2017. IP leaders in major corporations discussed about the evolution of IP and effective strategies that have been adopted to manage risk and
to connect IP to innovation, and innovation to enterprise value. The programme harnesses a broad range of perspectives including IP insurance, transfer pricing in the context of OECD reforms, and developments in AI and machine leaning to harness IP data to make better decisions. We have also included an industry focus on the impact of Industry 4.0/Internet of Things.

The MIP IP Strategy Forum 2017 debated the key issues that are driving enterprise value and to hear from the experts that are helping to shape the winning IP strategies of the future.

Delegates were able to:

  • Learn how to develop and manage an IP strategy aligned to business strategy
  • Understand how best to identify, mitigate and allocate IP risk
  • Explore how AI and machine learning can harness insight from IP data to make better decisions
  • Examine IP monetisation through the lens of collaboration, licensing or sale
  • Discover the impact of OECD reforms on cross-border IP structures
  • Consider the importance of trade secrets and the enhanced US and European protection frameworks
  • Gain an IP perspective into Industry 4.0/Internet of Things
  • Analyse the trends that are influencing how IP is understood and exploited


Who attended?

  • Chief IP counsel
  • Patent counsel
  • Heads/directors of IP
  • Directors of business and legal affairs
  • Directors of IP
  • Directors of licensing
  • VPs of intellectual asset management
  • Directors of innovation
  • Corporate IP strategists
  • Director of R&D


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