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IPBC Connect 2020

September 2020

Event date: 10th September 2020

IAM’s IPBC Connect virtual event will be held across the month of September and HGF is proud to be a sponsor.

IPBC Connect is specifically designed for IP business leaders and it will include more than 45 individual interactive digital sessions, purpose-built to facilitate discussion, benchmarking and the sharing of best practice in key areas of strategic IP value creation.

HGF Partners Kate Taylor and Dr Andrew Wells will be hosting a closed boardroom session ‘IP challenges in life sciences’ on 10th September. They will explore the key challenges facing life sciences and discuss best practices for overcoming them.

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