IP career quiz
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Financial Services Specialist (Junior) (f/m/d)Dennemeyer
Patentanwalt (m/w/d) der Fachrichtung ElektrotechnikKuhnen & Wacker
Patentanwaltskandidaten (m/w/d) der fachrichtung elektrotechnik, maschinenbau, physikKuhnen & Wacker
Strategic Key Account Manager / Sales Manager (m/w/d)Omega Consulting Group
Patentanwalt Fachrichtung Physik (w/m/d)Dennemeyer
Intellectual Property refers to works of the mind, i.e., creative and scientific works, as well as technical inventions that can be protected from imitation. This includes musical, literary and artistic works, as well as inventions or designs protectable under trademark, copyright or patent laws.
Intellectual Property aims to reward and incentivize individuals and corporations to create and invent new things by providing them exclusive rights to their work. Depending on the type of creation and jurisdiction, rules on how to claim and enforce these rights might vary.
In total, there are six types of Intellectual Property:
Defines how an owner can protect his or her creative work
Protects a technical or scientific invention from imitation
Refers to a design, symbol, lettering or words that represent a company or product
Protects the visual design of objects and items
Refers to a formula, process or information that gives the owner a competitive advantage
Plant variety right
Defines the right to a plant that is newly cultivated
Career opportunities in the world of Intellectual Property are manifold.
There are professions based on apprenticeships as well as ones requiring studies in the fields of law, natural science or engineering. Read the below job profiles to learn more about the different career opportunities in the world of Intellectual Property.
The fourth IP career will take place on October 22, 2020, at Isarpost in Munich. High potentials and Intellectual Property professionals will gather together to discover the multifaceted employment prospects at Europe’s first career fair, focusing on Intellectual Property.
The Intellectual Property industry offers a variety of career paths, with professions ranging from patent attorneys and patent engineers to trademark and copyright attorneys, mechanical engineering experts, foreign-language correspondents or paralegals. Also, many IT, sales and marketing experts looking for an unconventional industry choose to develop a career in IP.
Participants and companies alike have the chance to engage in personal discussions about career plans, apprenticeships, internships or direct entries. Furthermore, several presentations on topics such as career planning, salary negotiation and typical IP jobs will complement the career fair. At the final get-together, students and professionals will be able to mingle, discuss and further strengthen the relationship.
The third edition of the IP career in Munich was a great success where all participants, exhibitors and cooperation partners could dive into the career opportunities of the future-oriented intellectual property world.
The IP career 2019 in Munich connected interested candidates with 10 exhibitors from the intellectual property world. Both students and experienced professionals were able to learn more about concrete career opportunities at renowned companies, law firms and institutions of the European IP industry. In addition to the exhibition booths, visitors had the chance to listen to various presentation on career specific topics. The career focused presentations as well as the keynote speech on private space explorations were particularly well attended and very well received. The event ended with a joyful get-together, where interested candidates and company representatives were able to discuss and converse over snacks and cocktails.
The second IP career was again held in Munich and successfully connected companies,law firms universities with young talents as well as experienced professionals.
With eight exhibitors of different sizes and from varying activity fields, students benefited from a focused insight into the intellectual property sector while having the chance to get to know law firms and various other potential employers and internship providers. Also experienced IP experts took the IP career as opportunity to establish new contacts with for example patent attorneys, patent engineers, and paralegals. The presentations on topics such as career planning, application processes, and characteristics of the intellectual property industry as well as get-together cocktail hour completed the IP career 2018.
Employment prospects for young talents and professionals in the field of intellectual property ) including patent, trademark, and copyright law are multifaceted and extremely bright. IP, the first career fair focusing on intellectual property aims to make this promising sector more accessible to young talents.
The first IP career was held in 2017 in Europe’s IP capital Munich and successfully introduced IP industry and its diverse job profiles and career opportunities to 200 applicants and . Participants had the chance to meet 12 exhibiting companies, law firms, and and to see 15 different presentations on various topics, e.g., job presentation, presentations, and successful salary negotiations.
We are working on putting together some great and exciting presentations for you.
The agenda of the day will be published as soon as possible.
17 October 2019
|14:00 - 14:30||The Fun of Working with Innovations in IP
Dr. Kurt Hellfeldt
|14:40 - 15:10||
Till Berthold, Inhouse-Recruiter, Dennemeyer Group
|15:20 - 15:50||
Gehaltsverhandlung leicht gemacht
Claudia Irsfeld, Coach, Trainerin, be-on-track
|16:00 - 16:30||
Strong cover letters & Interviews with confidence
Clemens Meikis, Senior Consultant, Omega Consulting Group GmbH
|16:30 - 16:45||Vorstellung CoachNow
Valentin Vollmer, Geschäftsführer, CoachNow GmbH
|16:45 - 17:00||IP career lottery
|17:00 - 17:30||Trademark Lawyer - what can you expect?
Nadine Friese, Rechtsanwältin
|17:30 - 18:00||
Karriere ist kein Zufall – finden Sie Ihren Weg
Valentin Vollmer, Geschäftsführer, CoachNow GmbH
|18:00 - 18:30||
Mit neuer Innovationskraft zum 8. Kontinent - der Mond
|19:00 - 21:00||Get-together and Cocktail hour|
Please be aware that the agenda is subject to change.
Dr. Michaela Elbel
Partner of PATERIS, Patentanwälte, PartmbB with offices in Munich and Berlin
„Our participation in the IP career proved to be a great success. We met Ms. Carine Makendi, PhD there. She recently started in our office as a trainee to become a European Patent Attorney. This means that the event exceeded our expectations. We could talk to highly skilled talents all day long. That is exactly what the IP career is all about: direct personal contact with potential candidates. You get to know each other a lot easier at an event like this compared to the tense atmosphere of a normal job interview. The presentations were also very interesting. A pleasant ambiance in every respect. I highly recommend the IP career. I haven´t heard of any comparable event, especially with focus on IP. “
PhD, Doctor of Genetics and Biochemistry, Promotion in Cambridge, UK
She came all the way from Paris to participate in the IP career 2017. There she met her future employer and started work in April 2018 as a trainee for the well-known patent attorney’s office PATERIS Patentanwälte PartmbB in Munich: „The IP career gave me the opportunity to gain access to the IP industry. It is an excellent opportunity for both employers and employees to meet each other in person. A conversation like this is the perfect way to identify quickly what the other party actually wants. This is something you cannot achieve with a job ad or a webpage. For me, the participation in the event was a total success. I am very happy with my new task. “
It takes approximately a ten-minute walk to travel from Munich Central Station or four minutes via U-Bahn. Nearest S-/U-Bahn stop: Sendlinger Tor
Taking the S-Bahn from the airport will take you directly to the location in approximately 45 minutes.
The location is conveniently situated in the heart of the city with a good connection to all main access roads. Limited metered parking spaces are available as well as an adjoining car park.