Published: 21 April 2017

If you’re in the early stages of your business, it’s time to consider your commercialisation options. While intellectual property (IP) protection is important, an IP right doesn’t sell itself. You should have a commercialisation strategy in place for how you will make money from your IP.

Published: 20 April 2017

The Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (Efic) in collaboration with IP Australia, has released a whitepaper on protecting your IP overseas.

Published: 19 April 2017

World IP Day falls on Wednesday 26 April 2017. To celebrate, we take a look at Australian inventions that have profoundly improved people’s lives on a global scale.

Published: 30 March 2017

Lana Halperin, part of the team that developed and launched Australian Trade Mark Search, shares the journey of developing the new system.

Published: 21 March 2017

For the seventh year in a row, WIPO’s filing systems show appetite for international intellectual property (IP) has grown.

Published: 9 March 2017

The importation of counterfeit goods pose a great risk to Australian businesses. If you’re an intellectual property (IP) rights owner there are steps you can take to prevent their importation.

Published: 20 December 2019

To celebrate International Womens Day we want to acknowledge some pioneers with an intellectual property connection.

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Published: 20 December 2019

There is so much to think about when starting a new business. Fortunately there is a new app available that ensures all your bases are covered. 

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Published: 16 February 2017

Alex Grant is co-founder and CEO of Myriota, a start-up spun out of research from the University of South Australia which uses satellite technology to provide two-way data connectivity for remote sensors and devices – benefiting farmers, resource companies, environmental agencies, governments, defence agencies and industries with remote operations.  

Published: 8 February 2017

An official review has been released by Innovation and Science Australia (ISA) on the business of creating, transferring and applying knowledge within Australia, including feedback on our intellectual property (IP) system.