Bangalore, Dec 24: Kolkata based IP firm, ITAG will launch the world's largest Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) conference in Bangalore on Jan 23, 2013. The conference has been named as GIPC.
The GIPC will span across eight days steered by a whopping 340 speakers from as many as thirty countries.
ITAG Business Solutions Ltd, a Kolkata-based IP firm, is a Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) in the domain of all IP services, Patent, Trademark, Design, Copy Rights and Trade Secrets.
Founder Director of ITAG Solutions, Dr Agarwal said, "Interestingly, United States, which is the most matured nation in the world regarding Intellectual Property Rights, do not have an annual global conference of this size."
"Coming from a developing nation, the conference in India has been able to attract similar developing countries like Pakistan, Lebanon, UAE, Philippines and Israel where Intellectual Property Rights business is in its nascent stage," Dr Agarwal added.
"IPR, the powerhouse of tomorrow" - the fifth International Intellectual Property Rights conference in Bangalore will discuss about specific technology in various industries.
Subjects covered in the conference:
IP valuation, commercialisation, technology transfer, litigation, counterfeiting, analysing the techno-legal and commercial solution to all associated problems in the field of intellectual property.
Corporate bigwigs both from India as well as USA will attend the conference where complex issues such as patentability of business methods, software and emerging field of technologies namely electronics, telecommunications, green technologies and pharma will be discussed for the upcoming eight days.
One of the interesting facts of the conference is the emergence of BRICS economies in providing IP competitiveness to the western Nations through innovations and creativity. Several BRIC nations, Brazil, Russia, China, South Africa are coming together in Bangalore to consolidate the strategic interest of BRIC nations on various IPR issues.