Licensing Opportunities Forum 2010
The Licensing Opportunities Forum 2010 is the first annual conference, organized by the Licensing Executives Society – Arab Countries (LES-AC) in cooperation with Bahrain World Economic Summit 2010 taking place in Bahrain, on 22- 23 November 2010. It is the first conference to focus on technology transfer and licensing opportunities in the Middle East.
As the Middle East is enjoying strong growth and is exploring ways to diversifying its economies, the Licensing Opportunities Forum is a timely initiative that will provide a platform to exchange ideas and solutions between senior delegations from all across the World as well as excellent networking through social functions.
In a globalized economy, technology licensing and transfer of technology are important factors in strategic alliances and international joint ventures in order to maintain a competitive edge in a market economy.
Technology transfer is the process of sharing Knowledge in all its formats; skills, technology, methods or facilities. The Arab world has enjoyed exceptional growth recently and as it now looks for ways to strengthen and diversify its economy, technology transfer and licensing opportunities will be a key part of this process. In a globalised economy, these processes are important factors in forming strategic alliances and international joint ventures in order to maintain a competitive edge in the market.
The Licensing Opportunities Forum is a timely initiative that will provide a platform to exchange ideas and solutions between senior and international delegations. Whether you are new to licensing and looking for an introduction, or keen to setup new contracts, LOF is the event for you.
The Forum will feature select national and international speakers recognized in their fields, who will provide their perspectives and enrich the content of the Forum.
This focal event, will offer business people and entrepreneurs an eminent opportunity to interact, communicate and lead the way for prosperous business opportunities.