IPOPHL taps PIDS to boost research

The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines teamed up with the Philippine Institute for Development Studies to increase research activities and enable intellectual property policies to be more effective in driving innovation and creativity in the country.

The two parties signed on June 30 a memorandum of understanding to work jointly on IP research projects, capacity building, policy analysis and recommendations and information sharing.

The MOA was the start of another enriching research on the Philippine intellectual property environment, a crucial pursuit in spurring the innovations needed in the fight against a health crisis and embracing the opportunities presented in the fourth industrial revolution.

“Creating a vibrant scene for IP research will fulfill our broader goals of raising IP awareness and formulating policies that capture the current and long-term needs of businesses, innovators, and creative industries,” said IPOPHL director-general Rowel Barba.

Topics: Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines , IPOPHL , Philippine Institute for Development Studies , PIDS
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