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Your chance to vote for inductees into the IP Hall of Fame

Who do you think has had the most impact on the world of IP?

Well, it’s that time of year again when you can nominate and vote for inductees into IAM Magazine’s IP Hall of Fame.

Here’s an excerpt from the IAM Blog:

“The nomination process to find this year’s inductees into the IP Hall of Fame opens today. Now in its fifth year, this not-for-profit project enables the IP community to honour men and women from business, politics, the law, finance, academia and indeed anywhere else, who have played a significant role in the creation of today’s IP system.

The aim of the IP Hall of Fame is not only to acknowledge the vital role played by these innovators in fostering today’s vibrant intellectual property environment and ensuring its continued health, but also to show how central IP is to the global economy and to the wellbeing of people around the world.

It really couldn’t be any easier for you to have your say on who should be inducted into the IP Hall of Fame this year. Any member of the IP community can make a nomination, and all nominations will be considered by the IP Hall of Fame Academy. When the nomination process closes on 9th December, Academy members will vote on who should join last year’s inductees from the nominations that we receive. To make a nomination, click here .

The names of the inductees for 2011 will be made public in February 2011. A gala dinner to honour them will be held during the IP Business Congress in San Francisco on 20th June 2011.”

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