Charlotte Trinh is our new intellectual property (IP) Counsellor to China. She joined IP Australia in 2020 and started at the Australian Embassy in Beijing in March 2021.
As IP Counsellor she will guide and connect Australians to the China innovation system. Charlotte is here to help Australian companies make the most of their IP in China. She provides guidance on how to navigate the Chinese IP and legal systems. She also works to deepen Australia-China engagement and collaboration on IP issues.
Before joining us, Charlotte worked as a technology and brands lawyer. She has worked in mainland China, Australia, Vietnam, and Hong Kong. Charlotte has extensive experience helping companies capture, manage, and commercialise their intangible assets.
You can get in touch with Charlotte at ChinaIP@ipaustralia.gov.au