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Commercialising Your IP

Commercialising Your IP

Commercialisation of Intellectual Property If you have reached the stage where you are seeking to commercialise your intellectual property and innovation, in most cases, this will involve developing or signing an agreement with a commercial partner. In considering...
Basics of IP Ownership

Basics of IP Ownership

Ownership of Intellectual Property  Ownership of the intellectual property of one’s creations, whether it be a photo, a piece of music, new machine or a new process of doing something, can be a critical factor in determining what you can do or, more importantly,...
Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual Property Rights:  IP Essentials Intellectual property rights exist to encourage creativity and the development of innovation. Intellectual Property rights aim to reward those who create something that has not previously existed. This creation could be an...
Protecting Innovation

Protecting Innovation

Don’t rush into protecting innovation unless it has commercial value Developing intellectual property (IP) and protecting innovation is important but it is not something to rush into if you don’t need to. IP protection needs to be balanced against the...
IP Protection Strategy – 5 Key Points

IP Protection Strategy – 5 Key Points

When developing an IP protection strategy there are five key points organisations need to consider.  Knowing your outcome before you begin will make the process easier and clearer. 1 Organisation and corporate strategy: Does your organisation have its own IP policy?...
What is a Trade Mark

What is a Trade Mark

What is a Trade Mark A trade mark is the most common form of intellectual property owned by businesses and is the property of the business like any other asset. Trade mark protection is focused on protecting a sign or logo (mark) that a business wants to use or does...