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On Tuesday 20 September, the Africa IP SME Helpdesk is organising a webinar “Protecting your trade marks at the OAPI”. The objective of the webinar is to present the key updates in the OAPI IP System and help businesses interested in protecting their trade marks in the OAPI region learn the key tips to gain maximum protection and reduce costs.

This training session provides an overview of:

• the OAPI IP system and the recent amendments to the Bangui agreement;

• the main changes in trade mark registration in OAPI;

• strategies for registering trade marks via the OAPI;


The conference will be held via Zoom on 20 September from 10:00 to 11:00 CET.

Please find here the instructions for the use of the online platform.

Please find here the agenda.

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