“Few people outside of the innovation ecosystem understand the value of intellectual property,” reports Forbes in an article out this week, “Who is Intellectual Property For?
Most students and recent graduates in affluent Singapore are similar to their contemporaries in other developed economies: They know intellectual property rights exist but are
A leading source for disseminating official Chinese information, China Daily, reported recently that increased emphasis is being placed on training intellectual property specialists, “the most
When it comes to understanding intellectual property rights at least one organization has come to believe that less is more. A fresh approach to learning
Most of the prestigious MBA programs have expanded their intellectual property course offerings over the past twenty years, but even with the value of IP
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
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
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,
A series of short articles has been published featuring the experience of IP enthusiasts who have been inspired, or driven, to come up with creative