The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) commemorates World Intellectual Property (IP) Day, by recognising the role that IP plays in encouraging innovation and creativity.
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World Intellectual Property (IP) Day takes place on 26 April, highlighting the essential role IP rights play in encouraging innovation and creativity.
Ingrid Baele, Vice-President of Philips Intellectual Property and Standards, takes the helm of ICC’s influential Commission on Intellectual Property this week—the first woman to hold the position.
Speech of ICC Secretary General John Danilovich at the fifth edition of the Annual Investment 2015 Sustainable Development through FDI Induced Innovation and Technology Transfer
Speech of ICC Secretary General John Danilovich at the fifth edition of the Annual Investment 2015 "Sustainable Development through FDI Induced Innovation and Technology Transfer"
Commercial Crime Services (CCS), ICC's crime fighting unit, has learned of a recent spate of cyber attacks aimed at the databases of a major US bank. CCS is warning individuals and bank account holders to take all the necessary precautions to protect themselves, as threats of this nature continue to plague financial institutions and their customers.
ICC BASCAP puts counterfeiting and piracy in Turkey at US$10.6 billion as officials meet to stem effects
Ankara, Turkey “The aim of the conference was to bring together all the key players to explore how Turkey’s government and businesses can benefit by more effectively promoting and protecting intellectual property,” said Rifat Hisarcıklıoglu, President of ICC Turkey.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has released a new report that provides compelling evidence of the value of IP and the benefits provided by strong enforcement of IP regulations to protect against IP theft.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) held their first joint intellectual property (IP) workshop for chambers of commerce and other business support organizations on 15-16 September.
By Bob Wright To most people, piracy invokes the music recording industry, which has been decimated by illegal peer-to-peer file sharing.
In a special report on intellectual property rights, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) warns that the problem of counterfeiting and piracy is growing “at a more dangerous rate than ever”.