Sport IP Forum set to bring together world’s leading experts for pioneering event on management of sports rights and intellectual property
Event takes place on 22nd and 23rd November, organised by Feria Valencia and the Global Sports Innovation Center powered by Microsoft and will feature a combined forum and exhibition plus activities specifically for start-ups.
This coming 22nd and 23rd November Valencia (Spain) plays host to the Sport IP Forum 2017, an international event that is set to be a pioneer in the treatment of news and trends relating to the management of rights in the field of sport and the production and distribution of content.
At the Sport IP Forum 2017, the top international experts will be reflecting on the present and the future of intellectual property through a series of lectures that will tackle the sector’s two big challenges in this area: the management of rights relating to competitions and the management of athletes rights. The event will also look at the implications of evolving technology in this field, again with regard to the production and distribution of content.
The congress is a top level event dedicated to image rights and how technology affects the way in which rights are managed in the field of sport. Set to take place at the trade fair Feria Valencia on 22nd and 23rd November.
International speakers from major media and leading brands and companies from the sports industry from 12 different countries, have already confirmed that they will be participating in the Sport IP Forum.
Entities that already confirmed their participation are Microsoft Sports, Fox Sports, Discovery Eurosport, Pons IP, Octagon, ASSER, International Sport Law Centre, Canadian Olympic Committee, Seven League, Sportradar, Gains Group, Wildmoka, LAOLA1, Blinkfire Analytics, HUPU Sports, KPMG, IMG, Europe Institute of Leiden Law School, San Diego State University and Garrigues Sports & Entertainment, along with the NFL, the Premier League, NBA, Major League Baseball, Volvo Ocean Race, ACB, Shift Active Media, Lagardère and Teneo Sport, amongst others.
Their presence means that for two days Valencia (Spain) will be the global capital of knowledge regarding the management of rights in the sports industry.