Intellectual property and copyright - Exporting for creative industries
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- Intellectual property for export
- Intellectual property for business
- Intellectual property simulation
Intellectual property (IP) for exporting
Businesses increasingly operate in a global marketplace selling their products and services, or licensing and franchising their intellectual property (IP) rights beyond their national borders. IP is a valuable asset that can enhance your competitive advantage. Learn more from the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.
Intellectual property (IP) for business
Consult a suite of seminars, training and information resources from the Canadian Intellectual Property Office on the subject of intellectual property (IP) tailored for businesses and innovators, like you!
Intellectual property (IP) simulation
Do you have a unique business idea and want to protect it from the competition? Should you apply for a patent? How about registering a trademark or creating a copyright? Play Business Development Bank of Canada’s interactive game to learn more about intellectual property (IP) and how to protect your intangible assets.
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