JOINT SEMINAR ON
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND BUSINESS COMPETITIVENESS
Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture (TCCIA) and NexLaw Advocates, a law firm based in Dar es Salaam are pleased to announce that they will jointly organize a two days Seminar with a theme: “The Role of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in Creating Business Competitiveness”. The replica watches Seminar will hold on the 10th and 11th December 2013 at New Africa Hotel, from 9am.
The Main Speaker in the Seminar will be Dr. Saudin J. Mwakaje, a partner/advocate at NexLaw Advocates and a renowned expert in the field of intellectual property rights at local & international level.
Key talking Points:
• General Framework of Intellectual property rights system
• Interface of intellectual property rights with business and product development
• Intellectual Property Rights as Entrepreneurial Asset.
• Interface of Intellectual Property with Market expansion (special focus on EAC Common Market)
• Brand Protection and Business Innovation Circle, Business competitiveness and IPR
Who should attend?
• Chief Executives Officers and Business Managers of private and public companies;
• Marketing Managers & Planning Officers;
• Sole Businessmen;
• Researchers and Research Managers;
• Officers from Small, Medium and Large Enterprises;
• Lawyers & Policy Makers
Registration Fees: A modest/subsidized fee of TShs. 100,000/= is payable per participant. The fees can be paid through TCCIA Account at Barclays Bank (T) Ltd, Account Name: TCCIA/SIDA PROJECT, A/CNo. 4008748, Branch: Ohio, Swiftcode: BARCTZTZ or direct payment to the Cashier at TCCIA Offices located at 21 Ghana Avenue, Dar es Salaam.
How to Register: To register contact: Ms.Zahra Mahmoud , Tel: +255 222119436, +255 713949216 , Email: firstname.lastname@example.org copy to enzidell@hotmail and email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit TCCIA Offices located at 21 Ghana Avenue, Dar es Salaam.
N.B. There are only 60 available slots for participants. The applicable rule will be first in, first served.