From Sunday 2 July to Sunday 9 July, Australia celebrates the National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) week. We’re taking this time to celebrate and recognise the inventiveness of our Indigenous people.
Every year the International Trademark Association (INTA) convenes for their annual general meeting. This year’s conference was held in Barcelona and IP Australia was there. Here are our highlights.
We are looking for guest bloggers who want to share their intellectual property (IP) expertise and experiences. Specifically, we’re looking for people to write about how they’ve navigated the IP system, or those who have useful advice for small business owners and start-ups.
Our friends at the Export Council of Australia (ECA) have developed an online course for businesses looking to start out in the world of international business.
The month of May marks 30 years since the Plants Varieties Rights Act 1987 (PVR Act) commenced in Australia. Nearly 9000 applications for new plant varieties have been filed since its commencement.
We’re excited by the changes and improvements to IPGOD, and are continually looking for new ways to add value to the product and improve the end user’s experience.