Businesses today are increasingly engaging in open – or collaborative – innovation. The open innovation model, and the supporting role of intellectual property (IP) in this context, is the focus of the latest research paper from the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), which will be launched in Geneva today.
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ICC BASCAP is concerned that measures included within the newly introduced EU Tobacco Products Directive will result in a backwash of unintended negative consequences, undermining intellectual property (IP) rights and increasing the problem of counterfeiting throughout the EU.
The first in a four-part series of ICC lectures on intellectual property (IP) took place last Friday in Saint Petersburg State University.
Government officials and intellectual property experts at a recent conference in Beijing emphasized the strategic importance of intellectual property (IP) in shaping current economic policies of governments and businesses.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) told business leaders and government officials that efforts to stabilize the economy and stimulate economic growth must include intellectual property rights (IPR) protection.
The ICC Commission on Intellectual Property is teaming up with the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) to co-host a conference entitled “Increasing economic and business competitiveness using intellectual assets” in Beijing on 26 October.
The Portuguese edition of ICC’s flagship intellectual property (IP) publication "The ICC Intellectual Property Roadmap" will be released during the 32nd International Congress of the Brazilian Association for Intellectual Property (ABPI) taking place on 26-28 August.
ICC BASCAP has responded to a UK government call for public comment on a proposal to introduce standardized packaging of tobacco products by warning that such a move would result in a backwash of unintended negative consequences.
Findings from an ICC Business Action to Stop Counterfeiting and Piracy (BASCAP) study on the value of intellectual property (IP) in Kenya have revealed that the country’s current intellectual property rights (IPR) regime performs poorly in international gauges.
An ICC side event at the World Intellectual Property Organization Standing Committee on Patents used case studies to demonstrate how the patent system works to support research and development, technology transactions and innovation.