Intellectual property (IP) refers to intangible creations of human mind and is one of the key tools for companies to generate returns on their investments in knowledge, innovation and creativity. IP Rights (IPR) refer to a wide range of assets, such as patents, trade marks, designs, copyrights, plant varieties or geographical indications. From a company brand to furniture design, all these products are protected thanks to intellectual property. A strong environment for IP creation, protection and enforcement boosts innovation and competitiveness of the private sector. Therefore, sound national IPR systems are the backbone of innovative countries, thus favouring economic growth. Bringing together Georgian, European and international stakeholders, our main goal is to support Georgian authorities to:
- achieve an adequate and effective level of protection and enforcement of IP rights
- stimulate economic development and market opportunities
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