Alexandria, VA (October 30, 2010) — Landon IP, Inc., the leading service provider at every stage of the patent lifecycle, will be hosting an exhibit at the Patent Information Fair & Conference 2010. The conference will be held at the Science Museum in Tokyo on November 10-12 from 10:00am to 5:00pm local time.
Earlier this year, Prime Minister Kan Naoto, who is also a patent attorney, proposed a focus on intellectual property in his economic revitalization plan. Japanese pessimism about the economy is still high, and companies are exploring new ways to utilize their intellectual properties. Reflecting this movement, a lecture series for business professionals at this conference is already sold out.
Landon IP provides our customers around the world with services in the areas of patent searching; patent analysis; information retrieval; and patent, legal, and technical translation. Landon IP will show business leaders attending this important conference how to incorporate our services to support their IP strategies. Visit our brand new booth (#16) or contact David Hunt, CEO of Landon IP, at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a private meeting during this event. Learn more about Landon IP’s capabilities at www.landon-ip.com.