Tech-Rich Seattle will Host IPBC Global 2021; IP Service Group is Already Sold Out

Seattle is the fastest growing technology hub in the U.S., home to dozens of innovative businesses, including Amazon and Microsoft, as well as Boeing, Expedia and T-Mobile.

It also is the site of IPBC Global which will bring together the elite among IP business leaders when it reconvenes, November 14-16, at the Hyatt Regency.

Two attendee categories remain open for registration:

  • Corporate, Government, Academia, Finance and Investment
  • Law Firm and Non-Practicing Entities
  • IP Service Providers and others [Sold Out]

IP CloseUp readers receive a discounted fixed rate of $1,595 when using code IPCU to register here: The code is valid for registrations made on or after August 5, 2021

IPBC Global 2021 has adopted the All Secure Standard, an event safety protocol that has been developed collaboratively by a group including industry associations, UFO, AEO and SISO, event organizers, a range of event venues, suppliers and with input from health government and local authorities.

The All Secure Standard enables all attendees that come to its events to safely do business with peers and network.

Agenda + Speakers

The IPBC Global 2021 agenda can be found here. The full list of speakers, here. John Smee, VP of Engineering and head of 5G for Qualcomm will deliver the plenary.

IPBC Global, an IAM event, is the acknowledged leader in international IP events. In addition to timely content about IP business topics, the conference provides networking and deal-making opportunities, as well as the opportunity to participate in high-level discussions around the key challenges facing those responsible for implementing IP business strategies.

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