IP speaks easy – talks and drinks
We are pleased to invite young and young-at-heart associates working in intellectual property law and related areas of law to the 15th edition of IP speaks easy – talks and drinks, the relaxed know-how sharing and networking event.
After the last successful event, at which we gained interesting insights into what the daily business of a Climate Policy Manager in terms of sustainability looks like, we were able to win two exciting and creative (!) guests, Franca Moor and Lina Baumann, for the introductory talk this time.
What do major companies like Globus, On Running, Zalando, Nike and Vogue Italia have in common? Exactly, their advertising campaigns were conceived, accompanied and produced by the creative agency "Studio Voile". In a moderated conversation, Franca and Lina will take us into the everyday life of a creative agency – an agency that does more than just advertising. They will not only have us participate in the creative process from the original idea to the finished product, but also give us further insights into the collaboration with artists, photographers and models; a world probably new to most of us.
Tuesday, 21 November, 6.30 pm
Tales Bar, Selnaustrasse 29, 8001 Zurich (Google Maps)
About IP speaks easy
IP speaks easy – talks & drinks is a know-how sharing and networking event series for young lawyers practicing in the field of IP and related matters. It was started by Pestalozzi's IP associates back in 2016 for their peers. Since then, the event takes place twice a year in spring and in autumn.
Past guest speakers include Evelyn Thar (Amazee Metrics), Patricia Schlenter (Kickstart Accelerator), Helge Frebel (Astellas Pharma), Christian Leisinger (Leonteq Securities), Christoph Zweifel (Zweifel Pomy-Chips), Fabian Fehr (Samsung), Peter Dvoracek (Siemens Healthineers), Nadine Jürgensen (journalist, member of UBI), Pascal Bérard (Animatico AG), Avi Pluznik (Lateltin AG), Aline Bolli (Bucherer AG), Florian Wanner (CH Media), Michael Hasler (Läderach), Stefan Bögle (Läderach) and Peter Freudenstein (Climeworks).