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Conference sponsorship opportunities are open for the 16th International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference, which will take place Sept. 25-27 in Oslo, Norway, cohosted by INTERPOL and the Norwegian Police Service in partnership with UL Standards & Engagement.
Each year, select private sector organizations provide sponsorships for the Conference from private sector organizations. The Conference is a not-for-profit event, and all funds go to offset costs associated with hosting this annual law enforcement IP Crime Conference.
The Conference provides operational sessions focused on best practices and insights for combatting IP crime, delivering unsurpassed cross-sector networking opportunities and providing a unique delegate experience not found elsewhere with these types of events. This IP law enforcement event traditionally attracts 500 delegates from 100 countries representing 200+ cross-sector organizations.
The theme for 2023 is "Pathways to Solutions," and deliverables will focus on solving problems, overcoming challenges and capitalizing on opportunities leading to impactful, practical and cost-effective solutions designed to advance public safety and help address IP crime and illicit trade more intelligently.
If you are interested in sponsoring or would like more information, don't hesitate to contact Katherine Brown via Katherine.H.Brown@ul.org.