UBQ Materials CEO, Jack ‘Tato’ Bigio, had the honor of introducing the UBQ Materials Solution at the AIPPI Gala Event as a part of the AIPPI Israel 2018: International Convention on the Economy of Innovation.
‘It was a pleasure to speak at such an event with amazing thought leaders and inspiring people. I felt especially honoured to appear together with Prof. Ada Yonath, a world-renowned scientist, Nobel Prize Winner and a remarkable person.’
– Tato Bigio
The AIPPI Gala Event was hosted by Dr. Ilan Cohn, Senior Partner, Reinhold Cohn Group, Co-chairman of the Conference Organising Committee and UBQ Materials International Advisory Board member.
Opening remarks by Dr. Ilan Cohn (AIPPI Gala Event)
Tato Bigio took the stage to present UBQ and its technology, our thoughts on development and expansion on a global level with our innovative advanced waste conversion technology. Also, our ambition is to reach our goals while maximizing the highest triple-bottom-line impact we can have.
Jack ‘Tato’ Bigio on the stand at the AIPPI Gala Event
Tato Bigio and Dr. Ilan Cohn also had the chance to discuss the UBQ Materials waste solution with Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry and acclaimed scientist, Prof. Ada E. Yonath.
Prof. Ada Yonath was accompanied by Dr. Ilan Cohn (left) and Tato Bigio (right).
This 3rd annual conference took place at the David Intercontinental Hotel in Tel Aviv from April 29th – May 1st. The conference took a hybrid approach and offered insight into the pivotal legal and business decisions faced by innovators and businesses daily. Over 100 prominent speakers from the U.S., Europe, Asia and Israel participated.
AIPPI and AIPPI Israel
It is a politically neutral non-profit organization, headquartered in Switzerland, which currently has almost 9000 members, representing more than 100 countries.
The objective of AIPPI is to improve and promote the protection of intellectual property on both an international and national basis. It pursues this objective by working for the development, expansion and improvement of international and regional treaties and agreements, and also national laws relating to intellectual property.
AIPPI operates by conducting studies of existing national laws and policies and proposes measures to promote best practices and achieve international harmonization of law, policy and practice. In this context, AIPPI has become increasingly involved with defining well-balanced systems for protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights.
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