IP events: Meet with our experts at the INTA 2020 virtual meeting this November

Details

Exhibition Hall

  • 11–13 November 2020
  • 16–20 November 2020

Times

9am–6pm EST

We’re pleased to be exhibiting at the 2020 Annual Meeting of the International Trademark Association (INTA) in November, as a NovumIP company.

This year’s INTA Annual Meeting has gone virtual, with thousands of IP professionals from around the world due to log into the conference to attend live-streamed talks and participate in online meetings in the virtual Exhibition Hall. Our booth this year will look different in other ways too, as we're exhibiting for the first time under the NovumIP brand.

As part of a united team, Novagraaf's IP specialists will be available at all times throughout the conference at the NovumIP interactive virtual booth, which includes a live video meeting and private chat function, as well as lots of helpful resources from and about NovumIP.

Get in touch to arrange a virtual meeting with one of our team during the event. Novagraaf attendees include online brand protection, trademark and patent specialists from across our offices in Europe and the US, so you can be sure to speak to someone who can help at a time that suits you.

Meet with us in the Exhibition Hall 

The virtual Exhibition Hall will be open between 11-13 November and 16-20 November from 9am-6pm EST. You can book a meeting with one of our team here or by using INTA's new networking tool INTAconnect from 21 September (for early registrants) or 9 November (for all other registrants).

Alternatively, if none of these times is convenient, or if you are not planning to attend INTA this year, why not contact us to organise an online meeting with one of our patent and trademark experts in advance of the event.

For more information about INTA 2020, including registration requirements, visit the INTA website.

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