Restrictive trade measures are increasing across G20 countries. Growing and diversifying Australia’s exports is crucial to ensuring our future as a result. Our latest research shows how Australian manufacturers use IP. In particular, how they diversify exports, navigate trade barriers and seize market opportunities.
We are pleased to announce that the latest edition of our Intellectual Property Government Open Data – IPGOD2021 – is now available on data.gov.au.
We’re pleased to announce the ninth edition of the Australian Intellectual Property (IP) Report is now available.
IP Australia’s annual Customer Satisfaction Survey 2021 has been extended until close of business Thursday 6 May 2021. Customers who have conducted transactions with IP Australia in the past 12 months (via online services) will receive an email from ORIMA Research (the organisation administering the survey on behalf of IP Australia) with a link to complete the survey online.
We are currently processing a high volume of new innovation patent filings. As a result, you may experience a delay in having your innovation patent granted.
The latest update to our new online services is supporting a better experience for our trade mark customers.
The latest update to our online services is here, and it features an improved experience for our patent and plant breeder's rights customers.
Online services will soon replace eServices. This means all customers will need to file and manage their IP rights in our new online services.
IP Australia’s Indigenous Knowledge Consultations 2021 are now open until 25 May 2021.
We are upgrading our online services platform to provide a more modern, intuitive and streamlined digital experience.