[802SEC] RE: "A Crash Course in IEEE and 802 Brand Protection"
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- Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2003 11:57:18 -0700
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Meeting rooms have projectors. In 802.3 people present off their own laptops. I would though be happy to load the presentation on mine if you would prefer presenting that way.
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Subject: Re: "A Crash Course in IEEE and 802 Brand Protection"
Well, I guess I'm the traveling presentation.
Just a follow up regarding the logistics on the various working groups
-Are they all at the same location/hotel?
-Will the meeting rooms have a PC/PC projector so I only bring the
presentation on a disk and load on at the actually meetings or a central
point person to whom I send the presentation in advance?
-If not, do I need to bring my laptop and/or PC projector to each meeting.
If so, I just want to make sure that I don't cause too much interruption,
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Subject: "A Crash Course in IEEE and 802
Brand Protection"(Document link: Karen Mc Cabe)
Dear 802 Friends:
Thank you all very much for your quick responses and help in setting
up this schedule.
Below please find Karen McCabe's schedule for visiting all of the
working groups on Monday, July 21st.
2:30--802.11 (Joint meeting with 802.15, 802.18, 802.19)
Thanks again and I will see you all soon.
Jennifer McClain Longman
Managing Editor, IEEE Standards Information and Industry Publishing
PH: +1 732 562 6355; FX: 1 732 562 1571
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
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Subject: [802SEC] Fwd: Brand Management
06/17/2003 08:23 AM Presentation at 802 Meeting in July
Tony/Bob/Roger/Mike/Mark & Jerry
Per the message below, Paul has asked me to have you folks plan a spot in
your opening plenary agenda for Karen McCabe of IEEE-SA staff to give a
presentation to your Working Group on IEEE (presumably "Standards") Brand
Management. Jennifer Longman will be in touch with you shortly to arrange
Vice Chair, IEEE 802
>Subject: Brand Management Presentation at 802 Meeting in July
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>Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 15:29:31 -0400
>Paul & Geoff,
>As you both are aware, Howard Frazier and staff are putting together the
>EMS tutorial for the upcoming July plenary. One of the topics to be
>discussed is IEEE Brand Management. Due to time contraints and the number
>of topics to be covered, the team felt it would be better if Karen
>McCabe, Senior Marketing Manager, gave the Branding Presentation during
>the individual opening plenaries on Monday afternoon. (Stuart Kerry was
>in our meeting when this was discussed and felt it was a good idea, and
>has offered to have Karen present at 2:30 pm for the joint opening of .11,
>.15, .18 and .19).
>So, to make a long story even longer, Howard suggested that we (staff)
>send you both a note and request that you send a note to the SEC reflector
>requesting that the chairs of .1, .3, .16, .17 and .20 reserve 15-20
>minutes for this presentation at their opening plenary. The staff can
>coordinate this scheduling activitity directly with each of the chairs.
>You can mention in your note that Jennifer Longman will be contacting them
>within the next week to set up this time.
>Thank you for your assistance.
>Karen & Jennifer
>Karen A. Rupp
>Associate Managing Director,
>IEEE Standards Activities
>445 Hoes Lane, P.O. Box 1331
>Piscataway, NJ 08855-1331
>Phone: 1 732 562 3822
>Fax: 1 732 562 1571
>check out our website at: http://standards.ieee.org
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