Global IP Exchange Europe Conference 2020

Published, 24 September 2020

Interactive roundtable about IP Cost Management

As part of the Global IP Exchange Europe Conference held over three days in September 2020, Questel led an interactive roundtable discussion on the topic of IP Cost Management.

As this year’s event was held 100% online, we are pleased to be able to share the recording so that you can listen again or discover how you can benefit from:

  • Reduced complexity,
  • Increased transparency,
  • Significant cost savings.

Daniel Lis, EMEA Sales Director and Viviane Chilton, IP Services and Consulting Manager from Questel introduced our centralized model, an optimal organizational design to reduce administrative costs while improving quality and efficiency, together with our unique cost management service.

Large corporate filers in the US, Europe and Asia now rely on this model and we were very honored and grateful that Henning Koch, IP & Patent Director, Autoliv Group, joined us to share with other heads of IP his experience of implementing this new organization and his satisfaction with the results.




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