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The Deputy Superintendent for Industrial Property attended the “INTA’s 139th Annual Meeting”

The Deputy Superintendent for Industrial Property attended the “INTA’s 139th Annual Meeting”

José Luis Londoño, Deputy Superintendent for Industrial Property of the Superintendence of Industry and Commerce (SIC), attended the 139th Annual Meeting of the International Trademark Association (INTA), which took place on May 20-24, 2017, in Barcelona, Spain.

INTA's Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of the global trademark community and provides a unique venue for exceptional educational and networking opportunities.

This year, Mr. Londoño was able to show the work being done in our country, specially related to the Trademark Manual, the Industrial Property Information System (SIPI, for its acronym in Spanish) and the Madrid Protocol.

Also, a coordinated workshop took place in conjunction with the event, which was coordinated by SIC Colombia, IP Australia and OEPM Spain, and consisted of several closed-door session for IP office registrants and a session open to all Annual Meeting attendees. 


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