July 27, 2022 1:13 pm Published by

London IP Week is back and better than ever! Making a triumphant return to London for its fifth iteration, and taking place at etc.venues St Paul’s, you won’t want to miss out on this spectacular lineup of outstanding speakers, sponsors and partners. Want to catch a glimpse of the London IP Week Agenda? Keep scrolling for a sneak peek!

We can hardly wait for the show to start, so in the meantime, we’re taking a peek into our agenda for the event! Get ready for the inside scoop on what’s in store for London IP Week 5.0!

Day 1 of the conference is starting off a high note! 

Tech for IP day offers countless opportunities for collaboration and shaping the intersection between technology and intellectual property with four panel sessions, three standalone presentations, two product demonstrations, and a number of roundtable talks!

One of our favourite panel sessions on ‘Tech for IP Day’ is titled ‘Mr Nosy & Little Miss Curious’. The panel further explores how technology can deliver quality prior art and competitor analysis to intellectual property and R&D teams. The strategic use of technology can allow for companies to review former patents, trademarks, and copyrights by the thousands. This data not only creates a basis for scoping out the competition, but it also highlights gaps in the world of IP where opportunities may be available. Learn more about how to use technology to your advantage in this article. With speakers, Tom Carver, White & Black’s very own Partner in the Intellectual Property team and Adrian Bradley, Partner at Cleveland Scott York, this panel is set to be a great one! Speak to the team today to join the gents!

We’re saving the best panel for last on ‘Tech for IP Day’! The last panel of the day is titled ‘It’s Not Bragging if It’s True’. The panel investigates how digitising IP management, or IP services, can lower costs and increase company value. Digitising IP management has been proven to streamline business operations and increase efficiency for teams across the globe. For industries of all types, IP can aid in managing data, delivering services, and even lower greenhouse gas emissions. Read more about IP digitisation here. This panel is filling fast! We already have three incredible panellists; Samantha Oakley, a Consultant Solicitor at Healys, and Maria Nilova, Managing Director/Owner at PATENICA. If this sounds like the panel for you, speak to the team today to join these industry challenging women.

Feeling Bashful?

We’ve filled the ‘Tech for IP Day’ agenda with the best and brightest minds from the world of IP! If speaking isn’t for you, then we hope you’ll join us to network with other industry leaders and be on the forefront of shaping the future of the way technology is used in tandem with intellectual property. 

Day 2 of the conference is better than ever!

Join us for a day, jam packed, with four panel sessions, four stand alone presentations, two product demonstrations, and a set of roundtable discussions to end the day. 

We’re kicking off ‘IP Management Day’ on the right foot with our first panel of the day, ‘Beyond the Hype’. The panel questions how the intellectual property community should prepare to service the uncharted territories of Web 3.0, the Metaverse, blockchains, and NFTs. Digital versions of real-world items are already entering the VR space. What does this mean for IP? From artwork, to furniture to fashion designs, new digital objects are creating unprecedented unknowns in how far we should extend the reach of IP. Check out more on lexology.com. The panel only has one slot remaining! Are you the one? Join our lineup of distinguished speakers, including Sine Platz, Senior Legal Counsel – IP & BP at PVH Corp., Bartholomew DiVita, Head of Intellectual Property at the London Stock Exchange Group, Mark Nichols, Senior Associate – IP Solicitor at Potter Clarkson and Dr. Alastair Barrow, CEO of Generic Robotics.

We’re following up with another panel on ‘IP Management Day’ titled ‘Do What You Do Best and Outsource the Rest’. The panel will outline best practices for outsourcing intellectual property workflows and administration. Does outsourcing really work? Outsourcing your IP workflows can not only free up valuable internal resources, but also improve quality of efficiency. While there are certain contexts where outsourcing may not be appropriate, it continues to prove a valuable option for firms seeking to capitalise on the expertise of others. Read more about IP outsourcing here. We can’t wait to hear industry insights from our expert speakers Dr. Ilija Pjanovic, Global IP Senior Director at Nexperia and Eva Scheel, Legal Counsel IP at FrieslandCampina.

You’re in for a treat on ‘IP Management Day’! Head over to the LIPW website to learn more about what’s in store for the conference. While you’re there, subscribe to the website to save 20% on your ticket to LIPW 5.0! 

See You There! 

Did you enjoy your taste of the amazing presentations we have planned for London IP Week 5.0? If so, come join us at the event this September! Check out our previous blog posts about London IP Week for more information about the event, then head to the website to book your ticket.

Get In on the Action!

Want to take things a little further? Come speak at London IP Week! We still have a few speaking opportunities available, and would love to have you join our list. Get in touch with our team today for more information about how you can become a speaker at one of the most prestigious industry-leading IP conferences to hit the UK! 

Join the Club!

Interested in joining our incredible list of sponsors for London IP Week 5.0?

At Cosmonauts, we work with our sponsors to reach their target audience by tailoring events and sponsorship packages to meet their needs. LIPW 5.0 is quickly approaching, so hop on board ASAP!

Contact our team to see what’s available. We’d love to have you!

London IP Week 4.0 Testimonials 

If this blog wasn’t enough to seal the deal – check out our testimonial video from last year to see what everyone said!

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