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Designers to get greater assurance in industrial designs protection as Singapore signs on to the Locarno Agreement
Designers to get greater assurance in industrial designs protection as Singapore signs on to the Locarno Agreement
19 March 2020 will see the Locarno Agreement coming into effect which will simplify the search processes and identification of class classification when filing for industrial design protection.
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IPOS and SGX launch pilot programme to help companies identify and communicate the value of intangible assets information to stakeholders
IPOS and SGX launch pilot programme to help companies identify and communicate the value of intangible assets information to stakeholders
In an effort to promote greater intangible assets (IA) awareness and understanding among companies and wider business community and also help investors make sharper investment decisions, IPOS and SGX have partnered to launch the IDEAS programme.
IPOS International certifies inaugural cohort of intangible assets specialists
IPOS International certifies inaugural cohort of intangible assets specialists
Congratulations to our inaugural batch of 40 graduates of the Specialist Certificate in Intangible Asset Management!
IPOS welcomes Dr Ming Tan as Managing Director of IPOS International
IPOS welcomes Dr Ming Tan as Managing Director of IPOS International
IPOS welcomes Dr Ming Tan as Managing Director of its new subsidiary, IPOS International.
Singapore and China deepen cooperations in innovation and intellectual property
Singapore and China deepen cooperations in innovation and intellectual property
IPOS International signed a tripartite agreement with the Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City Administrative Committee and the China-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City (CSGKC, formerly known as SSGKC) to continue collaboration to develop the broader intellectual property ecosystems between both countries.
IPOS International expands IP collaborations with Japan through Industrial Property Cooperation Center (IPCC)
IPOS International expands IP collaborations with Japan through Industrial Property Cooperation Center (IPCC)
IPOS International signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Japan’s Industrial Property Cooperation Center (IPCC) on 14 November 2019 in Singapore. This is the first time IPCC has signed an MoU with an overseas organisation.
IPOS International signs tripartite agreement with China and Singapore universities to grow IP capabilities
IPOS International signs tripartite agreement with China and Singapore universities to grow IP capabilities
IPOS International has signed a tripartite agreement with two institutes of higher learning, China’s Jinan University and Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS), to collaborate on capability development in intangible assets and intellectual property management.
New IPOS entity to help Singapore firms take intangible assets to market
New IPOS entity to help Singapore firms take intangible assets to market
Singapore, 28 August 2019 – THE Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) has launched IPOS International – a new entity that will support the growth of businesses through the commercialisation of their intangible assets (IA) and intellectual property (IP), both in Singapore and globally. The announcement was made by Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing at the opening ceremony of IP Week @ SG 2019 on Tuesday.
IPOS launches new subsidiary to help IP commercialisation
IPOS launches new subsidiary to help IP commercialisation
The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) has launched a subsidiary, IPOS International, to supplement its offerings to promote business growth. IPOS International will provide strategy and management services to both corporations and wider industries to support the commercialisation of intangible assets, specifically IP.
IPOS launches new unit to help businesses commercialise intangible assets
IPOS launches new unit to help businesses commercialise intangible assets
One of the programmes offered is illuminate for enterprise, which can assess firms' IP management status. The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) has set up a subsidiary that aims to support business growth through the commercialisation of their intangible assets (IA) and intellectual property (IP), an announcement revealed.
IPOS sets up new company to help firms commercialise their intellectual property
IPOS sets up new company to help firms commercialise their intellectual property
Singapore, 27 August 2019—Firms looking to commercialise their patents, trademarks and brands will get help from a government-established company to do so, as Singapore seeks to become a trusted global hub of intellectual property (IP). Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing announced the launch of Ipos International on Tuesday (Aug 27) at the opening of an annual conference.
Eyes on the Invisible and Intangible
Eyes on the Invisible and Intangible
Minister Indranne Rajah (Prime Minister’s Office and Second Minister for Finance and Education) talks about the impact of intangible assets and intellectual property on the future economy and opportunities they may bring.