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The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has global IP database, called the WIPO Global IP database. The database is a comprehensive and user-friendly database that provides information on all aspects of intellectual property (IP) around the world. It includes information on patents, trademarks, designs, copyrights, and plant varieties.
The database is a valuable resource for businesses, researchers, and policymakers. It can be used to track trends in IP, identify new markets, and make informed decisions about IP strategy.
Some of the key features of the WIPO Global IP database include:
Comprehensive coverage: The database includes information on IP from over 190 countries.
User-friendly interface: The database is easy to use and navigate, even for users with no prior experience with IP.
Powerful search tools: The database allows users to search for IP information by country, region, industry, and keyword.
Data visualization tools: Thedatabase allows users to visualize IP data in a variety of ways, such as charts, maps, and graphs.
Interactive features: The database allows users to interact with the data in a variety of ways, such as creating custom reports and sharing data with others.
The WIPO Global IP database is a valuable new resource for anyone who wants to learn more about IP or make informed decisions about IP strategy. It is particularly useful for businesses that operate in multiple countries or that are looking to expand into new markets.
How the new global IP database can benefit businesses
Businesses can benefit from the new global IP database in a number of ways. For example, businesses can use the database to:
Identify new markets: The database can be used to identify countries with strong IP protection and high levels of innovation.
Track trends in IP: The database can be used to track trends in IP filings and grants, which can provide insights into the latest technological developments and emerging markets.
Make informed decisions about IP strategy: The database can be used to make informed decisions about where to file IP applications and how to protect IP assets in different countries.
Avoid IP infringement: The database can be used to search for existing IP rights in different countries, which can help businesses to avoid infringing on the IP rights of others.
Resolve IP disputes: The database can be used to gather evidence for IP disputes, such as evidence of prior use or prior publication.
Overall, the new global IP database is a valuable resource for businesses of all sizes. It can help businesses to identify new markets, track trends in IP, make informed decisions about IP strategy, avoid IP infringement, and resolve IP disputes.
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