Big changes on the way for World Trademark Review
A number of changes are on their way for your World Trademark Review platform. The first enhancement of our offering will come next month when we provide subscribers with even more detailed analysis and insight of developments across the world affecting trademark owners and their advisers, as well as an exclusive first look at the WTR 1000 2018 rankings
Our focus at WTR is to always look for ways to enhance the value of our offering to subscribers. To ensure that they are first to get the latest news and insight, from November we will be offering even more subscriber-only content. In addition to increased analysis and intelligence moving to the subscriber area, our recently expanded editorial team will be delivering unique new data and research reports that will explore the key trademark trends, concerns and players in specific industries and jurisdictions.
Rather than wait until the full version of the publication goes live online early next year, in November subscribers will also receive an exclusive first look at the 2018 rankings tables for the World Trademark Review 1000 – The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals.
To view this brand new material, current subscribers don’t need to do anything – at the beginning of November they will have uninterrupted access to all the available content. However, non-subscribers will lose access to some content once the first changes take place and will not have automatic access to the new content that we will be offering. Registered users will continue to receive the WTR Weekly, be able to read free-to-view news and access two pieces of subscriber-only content every month (including articles previously restricted to full subscribers). Details on how to become a full subscriber – and benefit from unrestricted access to the latest market intelligence, legal analysis and cutting-edge insight – are available here.
This is just the first set of planned enhancements, and we have exciting plans for the future (which we will unveil in due course). As always, once we do implement the changes, we would welcome any feedback.