Domain names and trademarks – Key players in a digital world
Welcome to BIO PUB with .dotkeeper and AWA the 15th of May at Flustret.
Dotkeeper and AWA will share their knowledge on the interesting topic ”Domain names and trademarks – Key players in a digital world”. A topic that includes several gray zones that you should protect yourself against as a preventative measure.
A digitalized world has emerged. A world that brings many opportunities, but also risks, for companies and brand owners.
According to BRÅ’s new statistics, a fraud per minute was reported in July 2018, of which digital fraud contributes to a large part of the increased statistics. It is therefore more important than ever to protect your brand online as well as offline, but do you know how?
What are the risks? What opportunities do you have if your company is exposed? What actions can you take in preventive purposes?
Come and listen to interesting discussions when Marcus Glaad, domain expert at .dotkeeper, and Ann-Charlotte Järvinen, trademark expert at AWA, guide you through what you need to know. Takeaways from the seminar will include solid tips on how to protect your company against digital threats and risks.
Of course, there will be food, drinks and nice company!
Bring a friend and register both of you here!
Flustret, Flustergränd 5, Uppsala. Second flor. floor
17.30 – Registration starts
18.00 – Presentation by .dotkeeper & AWA
19.00 – Network & chill with light food and drinks
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