London IP Week

The London IP Week is an interactive IP summit filled with networking opportunities over 2 full day conferences with thought-provoking discussions on the most contemporary trends in the world of IP.

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Time & Location

20 Oct 2021, 08:00

Studio Spaces London, Unit 2, 110 Pennington St, St Katharine's & Wapping, London E1W 2BB, UK

Tickets

Price

Quantity

Total

  • In-House Legal Professional

    £200

    +£40 VAT

    +£6 Service fee

    In-House Legal Professional & Ip Owners

    £200

    +£40 VAT

    +£6 Service fee

    0

    £0

  • Educational Institutes

    £250

    +£50 VAT

    +£7.50 Service fee

    Not including Commercialisation Department

    £250

    +£50 VAT

    +£7.50 Service fee

    0

    £0

  • Standard Delegate Package

    £350

    +£70 VAT

    +£10.50 Service fee

    Law Firms, Consultancies & Commercialisation Departments within Education

    £350

    +£70 VAT

    +£10.50 Service fee

    0

    £0

Total

£0

Tickets Description

Please note that the IP Commercialisation Workshop and the Conference & Exhibition tickets are sold separately

The IP Commercialisation Workshop Pass will be only valid for the event on the 19th of September 2022;

the Conference & Exhibition Pass will be valid for both days of the conference, from 20th of September to 21st of September. 

About the Event
 
London IP Week is a three-day interactive IP summit that begins with a one-day IP Commercialisation Workshop and followed by a two-day conference with thought-provoking conversations on the most recent trends in the world of IP. This is our 5th annual event, and it is a fantastic opportunity to meet with IP Managers, In-House Legals & IP Counsels, CEOs, CTOs, Founders and Managing Directors, Heads of IP, and other IP professionals from our targeted industries from all over the world. 

London IP Week will be taking place in the City of London with the main conference hall being located at the stunning
etc.venues St Paul’s with the nearest stations being St Paul’s and Barbican Station.