Don’t Miss It: AASA’s Amazon Meeting Coming Up on June 6 in Seattle

Date: May 23, 2019
AASA members have a unique opportunity to hear directly from Amazon’s team about the online retailer’s corporate philosophy and approach to protecting intellectual property rights (IPR) for sellers and brands at the Q3 2019 Intellectual Property Council (IPC) Meeting, scheduled for Thursday, June 6, at Amazon headquarters in Seattle, Wash. The meeting is open to all AASA supplier members and also includes a tour of the famous Amazon Spheres. Registration is $150 per person; IPC members may attend at no charge.
In addition, AASA is offering another event dedicated to intellectual property (IP) protection. At the Aftermarket IP Forum on Thursday, Aug. 15, at the Ford Conference and Events Center in Dearborn, Mich., AASA will bring aftermarket professionals together to share best practices about intellectual property protections and identify new strategies for cost-effectively fighting problems. Partnering organizations to date include the American Battery Manufacturers Association (ABMA), Automotive Anti-Counterfeiting Council (A2C2), Battery Council International (BCI), National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF), National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Center, and Specialty Equipment Marketing Association (SEMA).
The Aftermarket IPC Forum is open to attorneys/counsel, brand managers, and marketing and business development managers for aftermarket products. More details are available here. Members of the AASA Intellectual Property Council (IPC) are eligible to attend at a significantly discounted rate. Additional discounts available to event sponsors and partners.
Both events offer unique promotional opportunities; contact Megan Gardner for more details.
For more information about the IPC, its programs and initiatives, contact Terry Sakiewicz.
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