Event type: Webinar
Date: Thursday 11, May 2017
Time: 10:00–11:00am (Brussels) / 15:00-16:00 (Bangkok)
Location: Your own computer
Admission: No charge
In light of the EU Gateway | Business Avenuess business mission to Singapore and Thailand on the Information and Communication Technology Sector of May 22 to 27, join the South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk for a Webinar Session on ICT in Thailand: IPR Protection on 11 May 2017. Thailand’s ICT Sector is growing rapidly, and the Thai government is placing heavy emphasis on its development. This provides the perfect circumstances for EU SMEs providing ICT technology and interested in expanding in South-East Asia to further explore the many possibilities Thailand might offer. However, true to our motto “Know before you Go!”, we would like to emphasise the IPR risks and essentials which come along with any new foreign market.
So join the South-East Asia IPR SME helpdesk on Thursday, 11 May 2017, 10:00 – 11:00am (Brussels time), 15:00 – 16:00pm (Bangkok time), you are welcome to join Helpdesk experts Mr. Nic Garnett for a webinar session ” ICT in Thailand: IPR Protection“. Mr. Garnett will give European SMEs a comprehensive overview of the IPR landscape in Thailand, opportunities that this sector may offer and how to best tackle these, as well as relevant best practices in the shape of case-studies.
The free of charge web-based expert presentations provide cost-effective, applicable business advice, including practical IP steps to be taken before and during business activities in or related to the ICT Sector in Thailand. The webinar includes interactive poll questions and case study examples.
Get valuable insights from our expert, ask questions live throughout the webinar and receive expert response during the Q&A session!
Agenda (Bangkok time):
15:00 – 15:05 | Welcome and introduction by the IPR SME Helpdesk team
15:05 – 15:45 | Presentation by the South-East Asia IP expert Mr.Nic Garnett
15:45 – 16:00 | Live Q&A session
Mr. Nic Garnett
Nic Garnett, a consultant with Inter Right (Asia) Co. Ltd , is an internationally recognised expert on the management and protection of copyrights, and a leading lawyer in e-commerce. Nic has represented major online content service providers and rights holders in the licensing of exploitation rights in Asia, the United States and across the European Union. He has advised a wide range of international clients on diverse aspects of e-commerce and internet law, including areas such as security, data privacy, distance selling, e-money, and website contracting. His knowledge of digital media technologies, especially those deployed in the protection of copyrights, has led to extensive advisory work with clients such as the UK Government and the World Intellectual Property Organization, for whom he has written a number of major studies on the relationship between copyright and technology.
A UK-qualified lawyer, Nic holds a postgraduate degree (D.E.A.) in French private law from the Université de Bordeaux, and he received his Masters of Arts in Law from the University of Cambridge. He spent 10 years in Silicon Valley working as both in-house counsel and as a business consultant in the digital media field. His previous assignments include leading the international music recording industry’s anti-piracy efforts in Asia and in Eastern Europe, as well as the organisation’s standardisation efforts in new technology. Nic joined the Helpdesk network in February 2014.
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About the South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk:
The South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk is a European Union co-funded project that provides free, practical, business advice relating to ASEAN IPR to European SMEs. To learn about any aspect of intellectual property rights in South-East-Asia, visit our online portal at www.ipr-hub.eu. For free expert advice on South-East Asia IPR for your business, e-mail your questions to: [email protected]rhelpdesk.eu. You will receive a reply from one of the Helpdesk experts within three working days. The South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk is jointly implemented by DEVELOPMENT Solutions, European Union Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam, Thai European Business Association & European Business Network.