Strategies for Protecting Your Company’s IP Globally

by John Roberts on January 14, 2015

Join Experts from USPTO, CBP, and FBI in Silicon Valley to Explore Strategies for Protecting Your Company’s IP Globally, while Exploring Global Opportunities in Advanced Transportation, Clean Energy, Air, Water and Land Use:

The U.S. Commercial Service, in cooperation with NASA, is hosting a dynamic three-day forum, Discover Global Markets: Sustainable Solutions, February 9-11, 2015 in Silicon Valley (Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, California), highlighting opportunities for U.S. companies to meet new global demand for sustainable solutions. The forum will address the links between advanced research, innovation, global business, and sustainability, offering American companies, entrepreneurs, inventors, venture capitalists, and others valuable insights and tools for competing in this exciting global marketplace. Part of an extensive roster of industry expert speakers, the USPTO’s Acting Associate Commissioner for Innovation Development Anthony Knight will be joined by U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, on the panel, “Battening Down the Hatches”, presenting strategies for protecting your company’s intellectual property assets around the world.
Register today to gain access to the following conference features:

1. One-on-One Appointments with U.S. commercial diplomats to obtain customized advice on export opportunities and market entry strategies. Pre-schedule individual meetings with experts from the following countries/regions: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Central America, Chile, China, European Union HQ, France, Germany, India, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, The Nordics, U.A.E., United Kingdom.
2. Industry Trends and Tips on export mechanics, including sessions on:

Tools of the Trade: winning foreign government contracts, new sources of funding, protecting your IP, implementing sustainable logistics and manufacturing, and international green regs and standards

Energy/Transportation: the future of transportation in China and Japan, the modernized grid in the EU, rooftop solar going global, software advances in the auto industry and India’s future energy needs

Water/Land Use: water challenges in the Middle East and Asia, the future for agriculture in Africa and Asia and managing hyper-urbanization in Brazil and Mexico

3. Multiple Networking Opportunities with industry leaders, U.S. commercial diplomats, international trade experts and fellow exporters.

Visit the website for more information and to register now to attend.

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