Asia accounted for 47% of Patent Cooperation Treaty applications in 2016, compared to 25% for Europe and 23% for North America. Building an enforcement mechanism to further stimulate inventions and provide financial rewards will undoubtedly assist in the development of innovation in this region. In light of this, we have put together this handy infographic providing an overview of Asia’s IP development in four key nations and the extent to which these countries are harnessing IP to reap economic rewards.
As we look towards IP World Summit 2018 it has become apparent that IP leaders have realised that in order to enhance the strategic value of their IP and to move from being viewed as a cost centre to a strategic contributor to the business, it’s essential that their strategy is closely aligned with their overall business goals as well as ensure the strategy is communicated effectively across the global business.
This report is the ultimate guide to the most pressing and sought after investment priorities that are shaping the future strategies of IP and Patent professionals from global corporates across the high tech, telecoms, software, pharmaceutical, retail, FMCG, online and oil & gas industries including companies such as AkzoNobel, Diageo, Ericsson, Panasonic, EPO, Thomson Reuters and many more.
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In today's business era it is not enough to simply be established anymore. New entrants, determined to take the lead in their fields, are driving companies to become faster, more innovative and able to adapt to industry trends to keep up with competition.
To find out how they're doing this and what existing businesses can do to stay competitive, we interviewed 3 IP leaders on the impact of start-ups and why they are driving companies to fast-track their IP strategies.