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IP Week @ SG 2016

August 22, 2016 | Event

The Intellectual Property Group (IPG) of Panasonic R&D Center Singapore (PRDCSG) participated, as one of the exhibitors, in IP Ecosystem Fair, which is a part of the IP Week @ SG 2016 events organized by the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) from August 22nd to 24th. 2016 marked the fifth run of IP Week in Singapore and attracted over 1,000 participants from close to 30 countries, including government officials, leaders from the IP community as well as global business partners to grace the occasion, and offer their insights into the latest trends and developments in IP. While providing abundant networking opportunities among the exhibitors and participants, the fair also serves as a one-stop platform for the ‘Best of Class’ IP intermediaries and service providers to showcase their service offerings.

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