INTA’s inaugural Annual Meeting in Asia will feature five days of international trademark and intellectual property education sessions led by the most acclaimed IP professionals in the world providing critical insights into protecting your marks and advancing your brands. The program will feature a specialFocus on Asia track – eight sessions focused on hot topics and substantive case law updates in Asia, preparing you to do business in the region and beyond. Attendees will also enjoy countless opportunities to network with in-house and outside counsel, trademark professionals, government officials and IP service providers from around the world.
The Annual Meeting has made its mark as the largest and most dynamic trademark event in the world, and INTA looks forward to bringing this unique experience—which will boast more than 8,500 attendees from over 140 countries—to its growing membership and partners in Asia. Register today to take advantage of educational programming, networking and relationship building opportunities, as well as an Exhibition Hall filled with more than 100 organizations, all in one location!
Attendees use the Exhibition Hall to take a break from the bustle of committee meetings and sessions; the Hospitality Area outside the Exhibition Hall is often used as a meeting place, creating a flow of traffic for exhibitors.
During four days of exhibition, you will have the chance to debut and demonstrate new products and services. And with an attractive pricing plan, exhibiting at INTA will give you more bang for your buck!
Why exhibitors choose to exhibit at INTA
INTA’s Annual Meeting is the largest trademark and IP event in the industry, and at no other venue will you have as many opportunities to develop new leads, meet with existing clients and colleagues and forge new relationships with leaders in the intellectual property arena.
Reasons companies choose to exhibit:
Source: CEIR/MPI “Changing Environment of Exhibitions” study.
Why exhibitors choose to exhibit at INTA:
Source: Past INTA Annual Meeting evaluation surveys
The International Trademark Association (INTA) is a not-for-profit membership association dedicated to the support and advancement of trademarks and related intellectual property as elements of fair and effective commerce.