Are you an entrepreneur or innovative start-up business? If so, did you know there are programs to help existing and new Australian businesses innovate, grow and succeed? Here’s a quick run down on what’s on offer:
Starting a business or embarking on commercialising your idea can be a daunting task. Check out edition two of our IP - your business edge magazine for what you need to know when you're starting out, to make sure you're protecting your most important assets.
We know small business owners, inventors and innovators are busy. We also know just one in seven people understand the basics of intellectual property (IP). Many understand IP is important but most are unaware of their options, opportunities and risks.
We have released a report that takes a close look at the innovation patent and its effectiveness at incentivising Australian small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
We've seen some incredible Australian ideas and inventions pitched in the Shark Tank over the last three months and we've learned a lot about what it takes to get your idea from concept to reality.
Following the release of IP Australia’s research paper The Economic Impact of Innovation patents, the Advisory Council on Intellectual Property have issued a revised recommendation of their Review of the Innovation Patent System.
Our new Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) was launched last week by our Director General with Auntie Matilda and Alison Page. Read our RAP or watch our video of the launch.
Patents, trade marks, franchising, and designs were all part of the discussion on last night’s Shark Tank. The team from Synxsole had registered the design of their product overseas. So what is a design and how can you register yours?