New challenges demand new ideas.
Risk and occasional failure are the lifeblood of the innovation economy. IP rights incentivize entrepreneurs to keep pushing for new advances in the face of adversity.
FEATURING A KEYNOTE BY USPTO DIRECTOR ANDREI IANCU
Join the Georgia Chamber and the U.S. Chamber on Monday, February 25, to explore the different perspectives of what is most important to build and foster a strong environment for the next generation of businesses and workers. We’ll hear from keynote speaker Andrei Iancu, Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent & Trademark Office, along with Congressman Doug Collins and other policy leaders to learn what they see is most important for Georgia’s continued and future success in this new era.