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HELLO.

and this is WHAT is all about......

 

As an industry networking platform, the summit provides meaningful and valuable insights in IP generation as well as managing, protecting, enforcing and monetising intellectual property portfolios in order to accelerate stakeholders’ collaboration as a vehicle for higher revenues and profit generation.

Due to the sensitive nature of the topics discussed, LPS-London IP Summit is the only IP event organised under the Chatham House Rule*, offering safe and secure environment to speakers and to attendees in order to encourage openness and sharing of information. Participation at the event is by invitation only

 

IP intensive industries are in the centre of global innovation and sustainable economic development. UK businesses invest over £65 billion per annum in Intellectual Property. In many of the blue chip companies today, 80% or more of their market value is credited to intangible assets, as for the small to medium size enterprises – the only real value may be in the intellectual property they own. IP intensive sectors are contributing over 4.2% of the UK’s GDP and employ 3.72% of the total UK work force.
The diversity of portfolio management techniques used today is immense, but as practice shows the complexity of external drivers – such as the current economic crisis, legal systems’ vast differences, market restrictions, etc. - can have a devastating effect on companies’ patent portfolios, with more and more falling off the “patent cliff ”.


The London IP Summit is a one day international conference and it is one of kind in the UK. The event brings together IP regulators, policy makers, Board-level IP managers, as well as IP experts and investors in a dialogue designed to address and to discuss best practices and solutions to enhance global, regional and national patent management strategies. The event addresses the key challenges and issues facing IP professionals today and provides meaningful and valuable insights into the market.

CEO/COO's, VP's of Intellectual Property, Chief Patent Officers (CPO), Chief Technology Officers (CTO), R&D/R&T Senior Management, General Counsels, IP Managers, Patent Attorneys, IP Consultants, Licensing Experts, Sovereign Fund Managers, IP Investment Fund Managers, IP Corporate Venture Capital Fund Managers, Heads of Innovation and Research at UK and European Colleges and Universities are some of the few experts that have voiced their professional views on the agenda topics through the years.

 

Now in its 8th year, The London IP Summit presents the best of UK and European innovation and is established as 'THE' annual meeting platform for regulators, companies, patent owners, IP experts, innovators and IPR academia, as well as leading investors who discuss key priorities and practical solutions for IP departments and further advancement in technology and manufacturing.

 

 

Asking Why to Attend?

 

  • UK’s first and only fully comprehensive industry event dedicated to IP as Financial Asset, Patent Portfolio Management and Investment in Innovation and New Technology

  • In depth update on new policies, government regulations and laws affecting the IP industry

  • IP Legislations, Updates on China, Russia and the USA

  • Learn about new revenue models for leveraging IP as true financial asset

  • Focus on best practices in IP, valuation, maintenance and monetization

  • Discuss in an open dialogue how to mitigate external risks through successful licensing and advanced pooling strategy

  • Hear about how to strengthen your core technology through open innovation

and ...

  • Network with over 100 decision makers representing regulators, manufacturers, IP owners and managers, as well as innovation investment funds

  • Unrivalled speaker faculty

Convinced?

*When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.