Apologies that, due to the coronavirus outbreak, we’ve not been able to confirm as many events as we’d have liked to for the coming months. We hope you’ll understand, and we’ll resume “normal service” as soon as appropriate. In the meantime, we’ll organise remote-access events such as webinars wherever we can.
Please keep safe and take care.
Our events are recognised by IPReg: see its guidance on CPD activities for registered patent and trade mark attorneys. The events are open to all IP professionals and the people who work with them, and are usually free of charge.
Below you can see just some of those we’ve organised recently, as well as those coming up in the near future. You may also be interested in events organised by our IP & ME, IP Ability, IP Futures, IP Out and Women in IP communities, and by our regional networks.
For queries regarding IP Inclusive events, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that if you register to attend an IP Inclusive event, we will use the personal data you provide to us for the purposes of organising the event and communicating with you about it, including with appropriate follow-up materials. We may share the data with trusted third parties which are co-organising or hosting the event. Generally the only information we require from you when you sign up for our events is your name and email address.
For many of our events, registration happens via a third party online event organising platform such as Eventbrite® or Billetto®, or through a third party which co-organises an event with us. In these case you will be providing your data directly to them under the terms of their own data protection policies, and we recommend that you check their
privacy notices before submitting your data. We will not otherwise share your data with anyone.
We like to take photographs at our events and post them on our website, on Twitter and on LinkedIn to help raise awareness of our activities and celebrate all the great stuff that’s going on. We don’t usually name the people appearing in these pictures (other than speakers), but we will understand if you feel uncomfortable about this kind of publicity, so if you’re attending one of our events and would rather we didn’t post any photos that you appear in, please let us know at email@example.com.
For more information, please read our privacy notice.