High-growth technology business conference 2022

Online conference
21 and 22 November 2022

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High-growth technology businesses (HTB) are key players in using intellectual assets to foster innovation. They are major drivers of economic growth and job creation.

The High-growth technology business conference aims to support business decision makers in technology driven businesses (especially in SMEs) by sharing how intellectual property can support their business.

Organised by the European Patent Academy of the European Patent Office (EPO) and the Licensing Executives Society International (LESI), it is planned as a virtual, free of charge conference held in two morning sessions.

This conference is specially designed for business decision makers and associated IP professionals and features two tracks:

  • The business track will focus on IP strategies – how IP can support business models effectively as well as IP enforcement and assessment.
  • The IP track will provide guidance on IP management – it will reflect on best practices in open innovation, the use of patent information, market facilitators and risk management.

Plenary sessions will span both these tracks and elaborate on operational excellence, digitalisation of business and internationalisation.

The HTB conference features four keynote lectures and eight plenary sessions. These will give you the opportunity to meet leading experts in their fields, who will share their latest insights and provide practical takeaway messages.

Who should attend?

Business decision makers and staff in SME’s and large businesses, staff in research institutions involved in commercialisation (TTOs) and IP/business advisors, IP commercialisation experts in PATLIB centres, advisors, IP professionals and investors in high-growth technology businesses, incubator staff members and incubees, and anyone interested in intellectual capital management can join the event on Monday 21 November and Tuesday 22 November 2022.

Recordings and takeaways of past HTB forums

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