DEADLINE EXTENDED: Call for Acts & Save the Date - IPIC’s First Open Mic Member Night! Apply by January 10, 2022
IP Professionals, Got Talent? Do you play in a band? Sing in the shower? Have a secret (or not so secret) talent you’d love to share with your IP colleagues?
All willing participants welcome, no prior performance experience is necessary.
Acts can be 5-15 mins in length and may be performed live or pre-recorded.
Interested acts please send contact information and a brief description of your act to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com by January 10, 2022. Stay tuned for further details and ticket information!
About the PTIEF: The Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC) is committed to giving back to the Canadian IP community through its Patent & Trademark Institute Educational Foundation (PTIEF). The PTIEF is a registered charity with the main objective of encouraging education and scholarship within the field of IP law. Currently, the PTIEF awards prizes to students or professionals who achieve the top marks in the Patent Agent and Trademark Agent exams each year. The PTIEF also administers the Gordon Henderson Fund. Its mission is to promote diversity and inclusion by helping remove barriers to access and offer financial support to deserving individuals from under-represented groups that wish to pursue educational opportunities in the field of IP.