Inside “The IP Group”: new Dennemeyer corporate image video on reuters.com
Dennemeyer is the convenient and reliable one-stop-shop for the management of global IP. Take a look inside and meet the people behind “The IP Group.” What are their roles and ambitions? What are Dennemeyer’s plans to better serve its clients? Learn the answers to these questions and more in our new corporate video.
It’s our people who make the difference. Given the diversity of our various IP services and our regional spread, the international teams at Dennemeyer are diverse, experienced and highly specialized. Our new corporate image video features some of our colleagues as they explain what they do every day to make the lives of our clients easier by keeping their IP rights safe and helping them to become more profitable. For more than 55 years, we’ve been setting the service standards for IP management by assisting companies to remain competitive.
With offices all over the globe, we offer first class services to our customers through simplified processes, procedures and workflows. Dennemeyer’s strategy is for global growth through local presence and local service. That’s why we took the extraordinary step of hiring a new Managing Director, Guillaume Ouvrieu, in France to strengthen this local presence on the French Intellectual Property market.
Dennemeyer also expanded our global management team with the hiring of Dr. Dallas Wilkinson who leads the offices in Australia, Japan, China and Singapore. We are pleased to serve our local and international clients even better through our new office in Moscow that helps our customers protect their IP rights in the Russian Federation and Eurasia. We cover all the continents, across all asset types, all service types, in your time zone, and whenever possible in your language.
Learn more about our history, what differentiates us from the competition, and hear from some of the people who represent the global promise of the brand “Dennemeyer.”
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