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The Roadmap to IP Innovation

The Roadmap to IP Innovation

Ahead of the 2016 Global IP Exchange USA in San Diego this December, some of our expert speakers took part in a series of interview questions and shared their insight on how to successfully drive innovation across all of your future IP strategies.
Discover: How the IP director role has changed to keep up with innovation in the past 3-4 years and why; What the required skill sets are today for an innovative IP director; How you capitalize on emerging IP technology and trends to pro-actively drive innovation in the company.

Planning and Implementing Successful Licensing Strategies

Matthias Ulrich Director, EMEA License Compliance, Dolby Europe Ltd believes it is important for businesses to first understand market conditions before planning a licensing strategy. He shares his own experiences at Dolby as well as predictions for the future of IP in Europe.

Preparation Of Mechanical Patent Applications And Their Navigation Through The United States Patent Office

Steven W. Weinrieb, Patent Attorney from the United States discusses the preparation of mechanical patent applications and their navigation through the United States Patent Office, as well as the parallels involved in the prosecution of corresponding patent applications in other countries around the world.
The Global IP Exchange in Numbers

The Global IP Exchange in Numbers

The Global IP Exchange gathered over 110 Heads of IP/Patent and Licensing in March alongside 45 law firms and innovative technology vendors to help the attendees improve their company’s IP protection and commercialise their patent portfolios. This infographic sums the event up in numbers alongside some of the attendees feedback.

How Can Businesses Be Better Prepared For the EU's Unitary Patent Court?

Sajjad Karim, who is the lead Conservative MEP negotiating the Unitary Patent package, shares his thoughts on why this is a positive initiative for innovators as well as how companies in the region can capitalise on opportunities presented by the change in legislation.
 Global IP Exchange 2015 Post Event Report

Global IP Exchange 2015 Post Event Report

Take a look at some of the themes and sessions that took place at the 2015 Global IP Exchange by downloading the Post Event Report which covers: 
  • Exclusive insights into the delegates top areas of investment for 2015 – 2016
  • Key attendance stats so you can see just who participated
  • Unique interviews with IP leaders from Huawei, DSM, Philips, BAE Systems & many more  
  • Post event write up from IPPro the Internet
Aligning IP With Your Business: Driving an IP Culture

Aligning IP With Your Business: Driving an IP Culture

The editorial team at the Global IP Exchange are sharing insights from 3 IP leaders across the globe to provide you with their top tips on IP, trademark and brand protection including their predictions for 2016 and tips to external providers.
Make sure to download your free copy of the eBook to learn;
  • The challenges the Chief Intellectual Property Officer at Philips faced when aligning IP with business strategy 
  • The importance of putting IP culture at the heart of your business with the Head of Legal IPR, Atos
  • How external providers can help IP leaders better align with the business and protect their rights
  • What will have the biggest impact on the IP sector in 2016
Download the solution provider information pack

Download the solution provider information pack

The solution provider information pack gives you detail and insight into the business development opportunities available at the Exchange. Allowing you to visualise how your company can benefit from attending the event, meeting with the senior attendees and, perhaps most importantly, discover how the Exchange model can ensure you are securing the right business, at the right time.

Innovation without borders: Six best practices to improve innovation success rates

Evalueserve shares its report on successful Open Innovation practices based on experiences with companies such as Unilever and Nestlé. These include setting up dedicated teams, building innovation networks and developing an organisational culture to support innovation. Evalueserve’s engagement with innovation focused companies proves that smart technology, built on innovation best practices, is the key to faster, steadier and ongoing growth. Justin Delfino, Director of Sales Europe, IP and R&D Solutions, represents Evalueserve at the Global IP Exchange 2016, and is happy to answer any questions on the report and Evalueserve’s IP and R&D solutions.
Top Tips on Cross Licensing & Monetization: Cultural Considerations in Asia Pac

Top Tips on Cross Licensing & Monetization: Cultural Considerations in Asia Pac

The Global IP Exchange interviewed Steve Joroff, Director of APAC IP Licensing for IBM to get his top tips on cross licensing and monetization across Asia Pac. Download the Q&A to discover:
  • The main differences between cross licensing and the sale of IP in the US and Asia Pac and the reasons for these differences
  • How the cultural differences can affect this and how you can overcome this.
  • Top tips on how to have a successful IP monetization strategy 
  • The top trends to expect in 2016
Top Investment Priorities for Heads of IP, patent and trademark for 2016

Top Investment Priorities for Heads of IP, patent and trademark for 2016

The Global IP Exchange carried out research into the investment priorities of Heads of IP, patent, trademark and brand protection from the likes of Siemens, Tenaris, Nintendo, Doosan, Nestlé, Ericsson and IBM. The results were collated into the Top 15 Investment Priorities infographic, which highlights the below services and solutions as critical:
  • Valuation Services at #8
  • Patent Portfolio Management Tools at #6
  • IP Strategy & Innovation Consultants at #4   
Download the full infographic to see the top 3 areas these budget holders are prioritising for investment! 
What you missed at the Global IP Exchange USA

What you missed at the Global IP Exchange USA

The Global IP Exchange took the legal industry by storm and has quickly become the critical meeting in the IP calendar. 

With thought provoking keynote session, think-tank and round table discussions, industry leading meetings – it’s easy to see why the Exchange has become the “MUST ATTEND” meeting in the legal calendar. 

And this is your change to share in the top take aways from the Exchange including;

  • Delegates investment priorities and top challenges in 2017/18
  • Session highlights from Rambus, VISA, IBM, Dolby Laboratories, eBay Inc., USPTO and many more 
  • Key attendance stats to give you a breakdown of who was there and what was said!

Click here to download this exclusive report, and best yet…it’s totally free!

Request your Global IP Exchange 2018 Agenda

Request your Global IP Exchange 2018 Agenda

The Agenda for Global IP Exchange 2018 is currently being developed with through in-depth research. If you would like to add to this research, or perhaps get involved as a speaker, please contact us at exchangeinfo@iqpc.com – we’d love to hear from you!

Fill the form below to discover last year’s agenda.

Q&A with Anonymous CEO on IP and Brand Protection Strategy

Q&A with Anonymous CEO on IP and Brand Protection Strategy

IP monetization programs are becoming harder to implement in the United States. The legal and political developments in Europe and Asia are creating a more international ecosystem, resulting in more opportunity for IP teams to drive company growth and innovate globally but also leading to an increased threats. 

We have recently spoken to a US-based media company whose IP leader wanted to share their thoughts on IP and brand protection strategy. Access your copy of this exclusive anonymous interview – it is a must read!

Global IP USA Top Investment Priorities

Global IP USA Top Investment Priorities

Ahead of the Global IP Exchange USA in December 2017, attending delegates have shared their top investment priorities for the next 12 to 18 months.