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Job alert: AIPPI is looking for an RGT Coordinator

AIPPI is looking for an RGT Coordinator (50-60%). Are you open, organised, detail-oriented and ready to get into the world of intellectual property? AIPPI wants to hear from you!

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AIPPI Position Paper on New Genomic Technique (NGT) Plant Patenting Proposal of the European Parliament

Standing Committee on Biotechnology and Plant Varieties

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The 2024 AIPPI World Congress Sponsorship Brochure is here!

The 2024 AIPPI World Congress Sponsorship Brochure is here! Discover the opportunities to promote your organisation in Hangzhou (19-22 October 2024).

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AIPPI – ASIPI webinar series collaboration on IP and Climate Change

We are excited about the successful webinar series launch of "IP and Climate Change" on 14 March.

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Examining the Thin Line Between Obtaining Patents vs Protecting Trade Secrets

Organisations generally develop commercially viable inventions while developing new products and services. An important consideration is how to protect those inventions for their use. To protect such inventions, there are two ideal options available for an applicant: patents and trade secrets. Each of these options has its own specific requirements and advantages.

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Opportunities in the Indian Telecommunication Sector

In an era dominated by digital connectivity and technological advancements, India’s telecommunication sector plays a pivotal role in facilitating communication, data transmission, and emerging technologies like 5G.

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AIPPI – International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property

AIPPI (Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Intellectuelle), is the world’s leading non-profit association dedicated to the development and improvement of laws for the protection of intellectual property. It is a politically neutral, non-profit organisation, based in Switzerland with over 8000 members worldwide from over 110 countries.

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6 good reasons to become a member

  1. To take part in the improvement and harmonisation of IP laws – by taking part in the resolution process
  2. To meet with IP thought leaders from around the world – by participating in top-notch AIPPI events
  3. To stay ahead on IP law developments – by having access to the work and know-how of AIPPI members
  4. To be a thought leader in IP – by joining AIPPI Standing Committees which span across all IP fields
  5. To develop other skillsets – by joining AIPPI Statutory Committees which help run the association
  6. To build long-standing relationships and friendships – by networking with like-minded professionals
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