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It's INTA time again!

INTA returns to Boston for the 141st annual meeting. Visit Dennemeyer at booth #119

Discover the whole world of Intellectual Property and how we can help you succeed. Meet us at booth #119 in the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC) May 18-22, 2019. This year our booth concept focuses on live demos of our IP management software DIAMS iQ and our new AI based semantic patent search software by Octimine. Come and meet our global team of experts to see how we can help you grow. 

Test your knowledge everyday by taking our IP Quiz for a chance to win an iPad Air® 3- we've heard it's pretty hard! Let's talk about your business and how we can help you thrive while enjoying a hot cup of barista coffee in our lounge area. Before you leave, take a postcard for your office and send #greetingsfromINTA to everyone you know. 

The 2019 Annual Meeting will explore major international IP issues that are rapidly transforming the global IP landscape and will feature over 300 educational sessions on topics including combating counterfeits and piracy on the internet, how to fit AI in trademarks, the future of IP law firms in the digital age, and how the world has changed one year after GDPR. 

Foster new contacts in the industry, network with peers and get in touch with some of the world’s most exceptional IP lawyers. With more than 11,000 attendees from around the globe, INTA is the world’s largest and most important event in the IP industry, gathering brand owners and IP professionals from across all industries.

Visit our booth #119 during the most relevant IP industry event, grab a coffee and let's talk! 

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