Exploring the great unknown: your compass for navigating the Chinese IP system

Take a 10 minute survey and tell us what information is important to you when taking your business to China.

Considering your overseas IP strategy will give you the best chance at business success when taking your business abroad.

Many Australian entrepreneurs take their business to China each year; some to access cost-effective manufacturing, others to target a new market. And yet, there is a lot of confusion around how Aussie businesses can protect their intellectual property (IP) when approaching the Chinese market.

We want to equip you with the knowledge you need to make an informed decision about your IP before you head to China. So we are embarking on a program of work to build a suite of information to clear up this confusion, and we are looking for your input. Are you an Australian business who has recently taken your business to China, or is planning to in the next 12-24 months?

About to head to China?

We’ve designed a survey to get your input about the kind of information you’d like to see about IP when taking your business to China.

Tell us what you want to know by taking this 10 minute survey

Already gone to China?

We’ve designed a survey to get your input about the kind of information you found useful and give you the opportunity to share your tips and advice with future China-bound Aussie businesses.

Tell us about your experience by taking this 10 minute survey

Alternatively, share your story or questions by sending us an email communication@IPAustralia.gov.au

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2 August 2016


Is it necessary to patent our "Novel Global Community Educational Foundation" name here? If yes, then how to patent and how much its total cost?

Hi, It sounds to us like you might be looking for trade marks, rather than patents. Have a look at our Types of IP page and go from there. https://www.ipaustralia.gov.au/understanding-ip/getting-started-with-ip/types-of-ip thanks.

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