IP Factor to Sponsor PCTea Break at IPR’s 4th Annual Best Practices in IP Conference

IPR PCTeabag

IPR’s  Annual Best Practices in IP Conferences are of an exceptionally high quality and attract a wide range of in-house counsel, local and foreign patent attorneys and lawyers. The conference is very much geared to patents for industry, and this year is to be held on May 30th, 2016 in Tel Aviv. Former Commissioner of USPTO (and Howard Poliner look-alike) David Kappos will be delivering the opening address and Dr. Joo Sup Kim – Vice President intellectual Property at LG Electronics, the biggest manufacturers of household electronics in the world will also be speaking.

It is now about six months since IP Factor’s last Annual PCTea Party, and after tough negotiations with Kimberly Lindy, the director of the IPR, I will be sponsoring a PCTea Break!

Usually, sponsorship of a tea and coffee break just means free advertising for the sponsor, whose name appears on a card by the water urn, or exceptionally, as at the AIPPI conference a couple of months ago, on dish cloths draped over the tables.

IPFactor aspires to be different.

We will be distributing gift-wrapped boxes of PCTea bags to all participants, and in addition, we are pleased to offer a COURTESY DISCOUNT OF 200 Shekels ($50) to the first dozen people who have not yet registered to the conference and now does so.  To take advantage of this SPECIAL OFFER – go to the registration page and press get ticket. Simply type in PCTea into the box marked Priority Code. This offer is available to clients, associates and competitors. Anyone can take advantage of this offer and obtain a discounted ticket. However, HURRY. There are very few tickets left.

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