The Economy Of Innovation

The AIPPI is holding a conference in March that is entitled the Economy of Innovation.

 

The 2nd International Convention on the Economy of Innovation

Early-bird registration fees until Feb. 14, 2016
Registration & Information:
www.aippi.org.il/conference 
Conference Agenda and Program
The conference will offer insight into the pivotal legal and business decisions faced by innovators and businesses on a daily basis, in the various stages of development and will focus on some of the IP tools most useful to protect and grow a business.

To download the tentative detailed program click here

To download the tentative conference schedule click here

For more details:
AIPPI Israel
Ahad Haam St. 31, Tel Aviv
Phone: (972) 52-3541375
Email: conference@aippi.org.il
David Intercontinental Hotel
Tel-Aviv, Israel
March 21-22, 2016
Following the success of the 2013 ” From IP to NP” convention, the 2nd conference will provide new and unique opportunities to learn from and meet top professionals in business, legal practice, academia and leading government officials.
Over 80 prominent speakers from the US, Europe, Asia and Israel are presenting in the Conference, which promises to be an engaging event
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Start-Up Nation
Pre-Conference Tour
March 20, 2016

A1-day tour
starting and ending in Tel-Aviv

Meet innovative companies and leading IP policy makers in Israel, in Rehovot (Weizmann Institute) and Jerusalem.

The tour is offered to conference participants at an additional cost.
 

Click here for AIPPI_detailed_tentative_program

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