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Corporate Domain Management – Webinar recording available

3 July 2024

IP rights and OBP form an integral part of ‘Rightsizing’ your international domain portfolio, ensuring that you focus your efforts, and your budget, on the territories that matter the most. Many organisations also recognise that a website represents a gateway for consumers, but did you know that domains underpin many internal IT functions, such as email and other IT infrastructure?

From domain acquisitions to disputes and online infringements, modern corporate domain management means much more than buying a domain name and keeping it up to date. It can form an integral part of strengthening your brand and protecting its integrity, guarding against misuse, fraud and cyber threats, as well as building recognition and trust.

In our latest Webinar, Zacco’s Magnus Ljungdahl, CCO, Niclas Jonsson, Commercial Director Digital Brand, and Kristian Elftorp, Manager of Legal, Trademarks & Digital Brands join Phil Myers, Commercial Editor at Managing IP, to explore the topic of Corporate Domain Management. They will introduce the intricate role that domains play in securing and enforcing your online presence, and the importance of aligning your domain, IP and OBP strategies, and stakeholders.

The recording is now available below:

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