IPR - Intellectual Property Rights. Managing IPR can be crucial for achieving the company's goals. IPR includes industrial rights (patent, trademark and design) and intellectual property, copyright, domains, trade secrets etc..

Safe or unsafe values?

The development and protection of intangible assets should be an integral part of the business plan that supports the commercialization of the product or technology. Secrecy, disclosure and protection are three possible choices in connection with their own intangible assets. The decision on when, where and which intangible assets to protect must be taken into account in the business plan for commercialization of the technology. This is the core of the IPR strategy. Often it can be crucial to protect the rights, but it may also be that secrecy or disclosure of what has been developed is preferable.

Secure a solid patent

Protect your brand

Avoid your design being copied

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