The cosmetics market value in Latin America is projected to reach EUR 41,390 million in 2024. Don't miss the chance to check how to protect your IPRs (Copyright, Trade marks, Industrial Designs, trade secrets and Patent) in the cosmetics sector in Latin America.
the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) has announced that the 2023 edition of the DesignEuropa Awards ceremony will take place in Berlin.
New Case Study SlideWheel: How a Swiss Engineer Made His Son’s Dream of a Next-Generation Water Slide Come True – With the Help of a Strong Partner and IP
European IP Helpdesk team has recently published a new case study “SlideWheel” that illustrates how an imaginary idea can turn into reality with an early-stage intellectual property (IP) protection and the collaboration with an experienced partner.
Centre for Intellectual Property Rights and Trademarks was established in Anna University in the year 2005 as per the approval of Syndicate of Anna University at 170th meeting held on August 24th 2005. Subsequently, the name of above Centre is changed to Centre for Intellectual Property Rights (CIPR) in the year 2009. CIPR was established to create awareness and offer assistance to academicians, researchers, entrepreneurs and innovators to identify, protect and manage Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) effectively. CIPR actively involves in educating the importance of IPR for various communities. CIPR has to its credit a well established Intellectual Property (IP) policy, approved by Anna University Syndicate in the 189th meeting held on 17th July 2008.
CIPR is functioning as the nodal centre to assist Industries, Small and Medium Entrepreneurs, Educational and Research Institutions for IPR related matters.
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