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LES-AC and BDA Cooperate in Marketing Certified Patent Valuation Analyst Program in Arab Countries

09-Oct-2013 | Source : AG-IP News | Visits : 5166
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AMMAN - The Business Development Academy (BDA) and the Licensing Executives Society – Arab Countries (LES-AC) announced an agreement to jointly market the Certified Patent Valuation Analyst (CPVA) designation in the Arab countries and Turkey. This partnership will aggressively market the CPVA designation in the Arab countries and Turkey.

HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, LES-AC president, said: “We are delighted to bring the world’s leading designation dedicated to patent valuation analysis to the Arab countries. As patent filings proliferate in the region, there will be a voracious appetite to have these assets valued for many reasons, including patent sales, patent licensing, and patent commercialization.”

Mr. David Wanetick, Managing Director of the Business Development Academy, said: “LES-AC will be instrumental in bringing the teachings of patent valuation to licensing executives, Intellectual Property asset managers, inventors, Intellectual Property lawyers and other professionals throughout the Arab countries and Turkey.”

CPVA training will be run in the UAE and Turkey in April 2014 and will be followed by other sessions in Egypt and Tunisia in October 2014.

The Certified Patent Valuation Analyst Designation is the leading designation for patent valuation. Designees hail from all over the world and include licensing, intellectual asset property managers, inventors, investors, technology transfer professionals, patent lawyers, business development professionals and patent agents. More information is available at www.cpva.info.

 LES-AC is committed to providing the Arab world with professional executives in the fields of licensing and technology transfer, as well as promoting economic growth by encouraging, facilitating and enforcing intellectual property licensing and research and development (R&D) investment. More information is available at www.lesarab.org
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