AASA Aftermarket IP Forum Planned for Aug. 10

AASA Aftermarket IP Forum Planned for Aug. 10

Event will tackle weighty issues like supply chain, war disruptions and long-term impacts and more.

As the aftermarket industry’s only gathering of IP and brand professionals, the AASA Aftermarket IP Forum brings together all aspects and segments of the industry to address intellectual property rights and how to protect them.

The 2022 AASA Aftermarket IP Forum will take place Aug. 10 in Washington, D.C. This year’s event will tackle supply chain, war disruptions and long-term impacts, customs enforcement, online marketplaces, brand protection strategies, and more. 

Join AASA and top IP industry organizations as they pilot efforts to protect competition for leading, legitimate aftermarket suppliers. 

Sessions will include: 

  • Current Industry Issues, Trends & Long-Term Strategies
  • Best Practices on Collaborative Enforcement
  • A Global Look at Customs Enforcement
  • The Impact of Technology on Brand Protection
  • Collaborating with Marketplaces and Online Intermediaries

For more details and to register, visit AASA Aftermarket IP Forum, here

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