We are looking forward to seeing you again in 2021 with our usual flair

30

International Speakers

630

Registrations

80

Exhibitors

55

Nationalities

Reasons to attend

Find a solution!

  • IP vendors present innovations
  • Color codes for easy orientation
  • Newly designed interactive platform
  • Matchmaker with personalized suggestions

Be connected!

  • THE industry reunion in the IP sector
  • 6+ hours of networking breaks
  • Various business lunches

Be active!

  • 6 international keynotes
  • 30+ topical lecture panels
  • 16+ interactive roundtables
  • 2+ intense workshops

Trust us!

  • 677 attendees & 80 exhibitors in 2019
  • Rating of 1.4 in 2019 (1 best, 5 worst)
  • Steadily growing since 2010

Keynotes and Corporate Speaker

Ellen Lohr

Rally-Dakar-Pilot, DTM-Champion and Expert for Communication

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