Protecting any form of intellectual property overseas can potentially be expensive, and so over the years various systems have been developed to allow for cost savings as well as making the admin
There truly is a World Day for everything and IP (Intellectual Property) is no exception. Celebrated every year on 26 April a theme is picked by the World Intellectual Property Organisation. This year the theme is Women in Innovation and Creativity, recognising the valuable contribution of female innovators to the economy and the future of our world.
A lot of the common perceptions of IP are that this means inventions and patents, but many of the types of IP rights are in fact associated with our more creative side. Copyright and trade marks are in fact relevant to more or less every business – after all we all create content for our online presence, and we all have at least a business name, and probably a logo. And for businesses that are focused on product design, there are specialist rights to protect the appearance of those designs.
World IP Day is a great opportunity to reflect on the valuable rights that your business is creating through design and innovation. Why not get in touch for a free consultation to find out how your business can protect these valuable assets.
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