TUESDAY 20TH NOVEMBER, MATCH LOUNGE

Hosted by: Wynne Jones

A round-table with a difference; discuss and debate your IP challenges with two attorneys from the Wynne-Jones IP trade mark team who understand the food and beverage sectors and the importance that IP should have within any growing or established business. They will answer questions on how to integrate IP strategy into a company portfolio, how having a strong client-law firm relationship can not only ensure better protection but also be cost effectively managed. Brainstorm and talk through with them the differing forms of protection and how geographical indicators play a role in the decision-making process, as well as the importance of understanding your company’s own IP position when working alongside retailers. If you want to be savvy in IP, the Wynne-Jones team will help resolve any myths & questions, ensuring you leave this session wanting to be reassured you have the best practise and processes in place when you return to your desk after the show.


About Wynne Jones:

Specialists in the IP sector, Wynne-Jones have a deep-rooted understanding of the importance in managing IP for their clients from entrepreneurial start-ups through to complex global portfolios.  Whether it’s a trade mark, patent, design or renewals query the Wynne-Jones team cut through legal jargon and deliver a no-nonsense, practical and strategic approach to client relationships.  The firm’s business success in recent years is due to having a team of IP attorneys who are experts in their field but with an understanding of the commercial world in which IP management sits. A firm with more than 50 years’ experience, offices in London, Cheltenham, Cardiff and the Midlands and a strong international network Wynne-Jones IP delivers a first-class service to its clients, which is why so many of them have made the company their IP partner of choice.

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