The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has launched a new IP Toolkit for Universities aimed at improving the IP awareness of students and academics, and help with Universities and businesses working together.
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There are many sources of positive evidence supporting the important contribution that intellectual property (IP) makes to the UK economy, both in delivering growth, competitive advantage and sustaining revenues.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) have produced a comprehensive 2014 Road Map for Intellectual property (IP) which contextualises the increasing importance that IP has for businesses and the wider economy. The report discusses many aspects of IP’s ability to add value to activities that underpin and grow commercial prosperity.
A new report published on the 11th June 2014 details highlights of UK Intellectual Property crime, showing the most commonly counterfeited items in the UK are clothing, tobacco and alcohol.