Forthcoming events -- and a special offer

Not everyone has noticed, so the IPKat is taking a moment to draw the attention of his readers to a change in the way his blog deals with forthcoming events. In the past, each event the Kats got wind of was announced by way of a posting, with a little introductory text and some links. This had the advantage that each event was given plenty of publicity when it was announced, but the drawback that, within a couple of days, more recent chronological postings hid these notices from view.

To remedy this, the IPKat has utilised the sidebar at the left hand side of the web page. Under the heading "Looking for fun? If not, you can always try one of these ...", immediately under the IPKat's self-portrait, you will see a list of IP events. The Kats suggest that anyone who gets his posts by email circular only may want to check this column every so often to see what's on.

One event that has recently been added is Intellectual Asset Management magazine's IP Business Congress, on 25 and 26 June 2008. This is quite a pricey event, held at the Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam -- but readers of the IPKat and IP Finance weblogs are entitled to a 15% discount. For further details click to IP Finance here. The IPKat hopes to provide more discounts and special offers for his readers, so watch this space -- or at least check the sidebar regularly!
Forthcoming events -- and a special offer Forthcoming events --  and a special offer Reviewed by Jeremy on Friday, April 25, 2008 Rating: 5

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