Motivating the masses.

The Fenech & Fenech IP Forum 2017

James Abela, ICE Malta Co-Founder

The Maltese islands are transforming into a hub for start-ups, there’s an undeniable buzz which is exhilarating and suddenly, we’re getting invitations from a number of top brands which are dedicating time, endless resources and budgets to host events dedicated to start-ups and entrepreneurs with the hope of inspiring them to stick around and call Malta home of their start-up or base for their brilliant idea.

On Monday 26th June 2017, law firm Fenech & Fenech Advocates hosted the IP Forum at the stunning Fort St. Elmo and chose one of the most current and topical subjects to discuss — Intellectual Property Law issues, with specific focus on Brands, Innovation and Start-Ups.

“IP encompasses patents, copyright, trademarks and so much more and is essential to gain a competitive advantage and highlight your potential value to investors. We’ve learnt so much during our own business journey and we are thrilled to be invited to participate networking events, foras and debates to share our insights and personal business stories.
Starting the week in the company of so many amazing entrepreneurs and professionals is as good as it gets because it’s as inspiring and motivational to us as much as it is to the audience.”— James Abela, noted.

Comptroller of Industrial Property Mr. Godwin Warr from the Malta Industrial Property Registrations Directorate, Dr. Therese Comodini Cachia, member of the European Parliament and rapporteur for copyright to the Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI), Dr. Sergio Riccardi, senior partner and patent attorney at IPSER, along with a number of Malta based start-up companies, entrepreneurs and branding companies including Dr. David Darmanin — Hotjar, Simon Azzopardi — Silicon Valletta, Steve Mercieca — Zanzi Homes, Lewis Holland — DiscountIF, Benji Borg — Anchovy, Patrick Camilleri — POANG and James Abela co-founder of ICE Malta dedicated their Monday morning to share their insights, experience and knowledge with an enthusiastic audience.

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