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Melbourne: China IP Briefing

18 April 2018

International Chamber House, Level 5, 121 Exhibition Street, Melbourne 3000

ACBC Victoria is delighted to invite you to a briefing with David Bennett, Counsellor (Intellectual Property), Australian Embassy Beijing
In May 2018, David Bennett will be speaking at IP Australia's inaugural IP Summit. The summit will bring together speakers from business, industry and government to give advice on how businesses can succeed, grow and expand overseas. Prior to the summit, ACBC Victoria will welcome David for a special briefing at International Chamber House on 18 April to give ACBC members insights into a range of IP related issues, with a particular focus on IP protection in China and to give our members an exclusive opportunity to ask relevant questions of David.
About David Bennett
David Bennett is IP Australia’s first Intellectual Property Counsellor to China, based at the Australian Embassy, Beijing. David supports Australians to protect their IP in China by providing guidance on local IP matters, including IP registration and enforcement, and works to raise IP awareness. He also engages with the Chinese government on IP policy issues. David has worked in IP Australia’s international, domestic and trade policy sections, and first joined IP Australia as a biotechnology patent examiner. He was previously Director of Intellectual Property at a California-based biomedical start-up company. 
*Due to limited seating, please note that we can only provide tickets for one representative per ACBC member organisation* 
Date: Wednesday 18 April
Time: 12.30pm to 2.00pm
Cost: Free for ACBC Members 
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