"Meet the Bloggers"

The fourth annual "Meet the Bloggers" session takes place on Monday 19 May 2008 at One Potsdamer Platz, Berlin, between 8.30pm and 10.30pm. "Meet the Bloggers" coincides with the annual INTA Meeting but is not part of the official programme, which means that anyone can attend. Like the first three, this year's session provides a golden opportunity for people who read IP- and trade mark-related blogs to meet the people who write them -- and vice versa.

Right: always a popular meeting place, Potsdamer Platz welcomes IP bloggers ...

Blogs represented this year include the iconic Trademark Blog and TTABlog from the USA, Spicy IP from India, plus a batch of blogs from around the world including Canada, Europe and even Africa. The IPKat will be there too, to make sure that everyone's glass is full and that the nibbles are in constant circulation.

This is where the party is. If you're planning to come, it will help if you email here and let this year's host sponsor Olswang know, so that there's enough of everything to go round.

More about Potsdamer Platz here and here
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