The sixth annual Intellectual Property Awareness Summit® (IPAS 2023) will be held on May 2nd in Boston, in conjunction with Northeastern University’s Center for Research Innovation (CRI).
IPAS is a gathering of IP owners, creators, educators, lawyers, organizations and investors, all with a common goal – to explore ways to make the benefits of IP rights, and the issues surrounding them, more apparent people and society.
'Building Bridges With IP'
The IP Awareness Summit® is the only annual event that examines the impact of IP awareness on innovation, content, people and value – and the strategies for improving it. IPAS 2023 will provide those who attend an excellent opportunity for discussion and networking in a conducive setting.
IPAS 2023 hosts are the Center for Intellectual Property Understanding (CIPU) and Northeastern University's Center for Research Innovation, which helps creators and businesses to invest and license intellectual property. This year’s theme is ‘Building Bridges With IP.'
Topics addressed will include:
IP rights – Catalyst for entrepreneurship, diversity and sustainability
Educating current and future leaders about IP
Licensing – Challenges for AI, Web3 and beyond
Businesses must not only create IP - they must learn to capture IP value
Life sciences and IP in global economy
Encouraging U.S. innovation and IP – From China to cybersecurity
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Learn about the ways businesses, IP professionals and others are conveying the relevance of IP and IP rights in a knowledge-driven world. Build positive IP awareness with stakeholders.
Explore new techniques for conveying the role of patents, trademarks and copyrights, as well as trade secrets, in creating jobs and fostering competition and sharing.
Who should attend?
Businesses (all types & sizes)
Inventors and Creators
IP and policy organizations
Foster Positive Awareness
What to Expect:
Two renowned keynotes, several timely panels, 20+ prominent speakers and numerous attendees. You will also find lively discourse, fresh thinking and excellent networking opportunities.
Join a select group of thought leaders – owners, creators, educators, lawyers and investors – in exploring the issues and attitudes affecting IP and IP rights.
A light lunch will be served and a reception with drinks and hors d'oeuvres following the final panel, will provide opportunities to meet the speakers and fellow attendees. A nominal fee to cover costs will be charged on a sliding scale. Included are two discussion breaks. In-person registration and livestream access are limited.