What do you call your toasted sandwich? A toastie? A jaffle? A breville? We explore how some trade marks become generic terms.
In this piece from the MYOB blog, Rowena Wilson outlines some measures you can take before submitting a patent application for your invention.
Hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis, affects around 18 per cent of both adults and children in Australia and New Zealand.
The Patent Analytics Report: Pollen Allergens uses the scale and intensity of patent activity to provide an overview of innovation in the area of Pollen Allergens.
Analysis of patent data on different pollen species gives an indication on which species are considered the most commercially relevant.
We’ve collaborated with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and Business.gov.au to help you understand the differences between a business name or company, domain name and a trade mark.
From wearable devices to ‘smart’ doggy doors, here’s our pick of tech innovations aimed at keeping your four-legged companions safe, happy and healthy!
In this blog post, we take a look at where some of the winners from Canberra’s largest entrepreneurship program, InnovationACT, are today.
Each year we invite you to share your experience and satisfaction of our products and services to help influence what future work we do to. We’d like to thank you for participating in our 2017 customer satisfaction survey and giving us valuable insights that enable us to innovate and adapt to the changing needs of our customers.
In this guest blog post, Todd Soulas, Manager, Strategy & Transformation at Capgemini, talks about the importance of intellectual property in developing a successful business strategy.