Licensing Executives Society Europe (LES Europe)
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Regional society of Licensing Executives Society International (LESI).
Encourage high standards, expertise and ethics among persons engaged in the business of licensing or transferring technology or other intellectual property; make governments, academics, business communities and professional bodies aware of the benefits of licensing and thus create an environment in which the business of licensing can flourish.Available with paid subscription only.
Assists members in improving their knowledge, skills and techniques, by: creating opportunities for networking between members both nationally and internationally; facilitating exchange of ideas related to all fields of licensing; sponsoring and providing educational activities and materials; publishing articles, reports, statistics and other materials; conducting special studies. Inform and advises the business and academic communities and professional and governing bodies of the significance and importance of licensing and the high professional standards and value of using LES members; works actively in the formation of laws, regulations and procedures that facilitate licensing.
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Members in 22 countries
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