Corporate IP best practice in Korea

Korea’s position within the IP5 and the important status of many of its corporate giants within the global supply chain make it a fascinating, yet challenging, IP market. Korean companies and research institutions face numerous challenges to protect, maximise and monetize their IP assets, with new threats and opportunities emerging each year.

It is against this background that IAM is pleased to announce that the fourth annual IPBC Korea was held at the JW Marriott Dongdaemun Square Seoul on April 5 2019.

Through a packed, fully bilingual, one-day programme, IPBC Korea 2019 tackles the IP policy developments, market trends and commercial pressures affecting both Korean enterprises’ overseas business and international corporations operating in Korea.

Delegate profile
As an exclusive invitation-based event IPBC Korea consistently attracted an audience of 200 senior IP executives from leading Korean industrials, emerging Korean companies, research institutions and government agencies, plus their international counterparts, to provide an unparalleled opportunity for learning, networking and deal making.

Delegate quotas
To guarantee a variety of outlooks and experiences, we employ strict sector quotas for intermediaries, private practice lawyers/attorneys and service provider representatives. Once we hit a quota limit, we are unable to offer a place at IPBC Korea to those from the relevant sector seeking to register for the event. This ensures that the event remains focused on our key attendees – senior executives at IP-owning companies.

For more information on IPBC Korea 2019, please contact Kint Hui on +852 9169 1711 or



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