Check statements on ABPI’s 42nd Congress
Once again, the Congress surprised us on some points. Although more restricted, it had a great online coverage, and the topics covered were extremely important for IP and the internationalization of IP.
(Liane Lage, Director of Patents at the BPTO)
The Congress was very well organized and brought together different experts in the IP theme, with relevant issues in the Judiciary and public administration areas. It was a great opportunity for us to evolve in the intellectual property agenda in Brazil.
(Miguel Dall`Orto Emery de Carvalho, Head of Division of the Undersecretariat for Innovation at the Ministry of Economy)
This event is essential. As a speaker, for the opportunity to learn. Thanks a lot for the connection with the attorneys in this innovation area, which changes every day, with whom I learn a lot.
(Federal Judge Flavia Romano)
This year’s Congress, which marked the resumption of ABPI’s in-person events, was a wonderful success in terms of audience, content, presentations, and networking. After this event, ABPI confirms its strength in the IP sector, and the private sector, besides its collaboration with the public sector in the development of the intellectual property system. ABPI deserves congratulations for the organization and success of the event.
(Luiz Henrique do Amaral, President of AIPPI)
The Congress was fantastic. It covered very interesting topics and, in its hybrid form, without any flaws in the technology part. The event as a whole was a success.
(Luiz Edgard Montaury Pimenta, former President of ABPI)
Exceptional Congress, we needed this return. From a technical point of view, from the exchange possibilities, it was exceptional. Congratulations to the organization.
(Marcos Blasi, reporter general of the Brazilian group of AIPPI)
The Congress exceeded all expectations. The in-person reunion was spectacular, and the ending was wonderful.
(Ricardo Vieira de Mello, ABPI Honorary Life Member)
I am very pleased with the outcome of the Congress, and among the news is the fact that it is hybrid and inclusive, trademarks that are here to stay, as well as the carbon offset certification. Today, the planet demands an attitude of sustainability linked to all our events.
(Erika Diniz, executive director of ABPI)