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Learning about sustainable innovation and the innovation cycle (2020 Republic of Korea-Singapore APEC IP-Business Seminar)
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Learning about sustainable innovation and the innovation cycle (2020 Republic of Korea-Singapore APEC IP-Business Seminar)

IP creation, protection, and commercialisation – these three spokes in the innovation cycle are key to sustainable innovation, and different stakeholders from governments and business owners, to researchers and academics, play important roles in moving the cycle along. With that in mind, last week over 100 participants from half a dozen countries including Hong Kong, […]

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Promoting innovation and creativity through patent law (IPOS-USPTO Global IP Academy Workshop)
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Promoting innovation and creativity through patent law (IPOS-USPTO Global IP Academy Workshop)

How does the patent system incentivise technological change and innovation? Last week, 50 public sector participants from ASEAN countries explored this topic as part of a regional online workshop series organised by the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore and the USPTO Global IP Academy. Alongside panellists from FPA Patent Attorneys and Amica Law LLC, our […]

IPOS International engages inventors and researchers in Bangkok, Thailand
ASEAN
IPOS International engages inventors and researchers in Bangkok, Thailand

At the invitation of the Thailand Research Fund (TRF) and the Intellectual Design Group (IDG), IPOS International spoke to a group of inventors and researchers as part of a one-week training programme.  Director of IP Strategy Solutions, Ms Trina Ha engaged with the participants on IP internationalisation strategies, negotiation tactics and ways to use IP and intangible assets for business […]

Inaugural IP workshop in partnership with the Thailand government
ASEAN
Inaugural IP workshop in partnership with the Thailand government

IP Academy and the Department of Intellectual Property in Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce co-organised a week-long IP workshop for ASEAN public sector participants from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam. The course saw participants coming together to learn more about the ASEAN IP landscape, IP strategy, management and enforcement through classroom sessions and learning journeys.