The 13th ‘IP Publicity Week’ is being launched by the China National Intellectual Property Administration tomorrow, April 20th, leading up to World IP Day on
Intellectual property and entrepreneurs, China, diversity & inclusion and overlooked intangible asset value will be among topics addressed at the 4th Intellectual Property Awareness Summit,
The 2021 Intellectual Property Awareness Summit will be held virtually this year free of charge on April 28th-29th and feature a total of 18 speakers.
Secretary General of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, Xi Jinping, acknowledged this month that protecting IP rights was necessary for pursuing development.
Businesses need to convey better awareness of IP rights and what they provide stakeholders or risk loosing billions in value. That is what a global
Awareness of intellectual property rights in the Chinese society has improved dramatically, the director of CNIPA told an audience of journalists earlier this year in
Beijing has since 2015 stressed intellectual property education as part of a national strategy to become a technology leader, according to a report broadcast on
The China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) recently published a document that outlines its strategy to achieve super IP power status this year. The document,
Top-Fifty member of the Fortune’s “World’s Greatest Leaders,” Arunachalam Muruganantham, inventor of an inexpensive machine that make sanitary pads for women, says students need to
KnowIt, a new and innovative conference for people engaged in technology, including 5G and AI, will bring together a diverse community of executives, creators, investors
Different approaches to a similar challenge — providing quicker access to information about intellectual property rights to a range of audiences — were recently introduced
A recently released study from a leading IP organization has found that persons born in Generation Z, the group immediately following Millennials, are conflicted when