The Minister of Commerce and Industry Shri Suresh Prabhu launched the Intellectual Property (IP) mascot – IP Nani – at ...

The Madrid Protocol treaty entered into force, with respect, to India on July 8, 2013. The Madrid System for the ...

 

The IPC-EUI Project Management Team would like to announce the "Go Live" of the GI e-Learning course for India ...

IPC-EUI in close collaboration with CGPDTM organized two events on ‘Trade Mark Rules 2017’ and IP Tools addressed to Indian ...

The European Union (EU Delegation to India and the EUIPO) in cooperation with CIPAM, organized a Conference on Counterfeiting and ...

On the 13 and 14 March 2018 two-day conference on counterfeiting and role of enforcement agencies will be organised by ...

IPC-EUI in close collaboration with CGPDTM is organising two events on ‘Trade Mark Rules 2017’ and IP Tools available for ...

From the 26 to the 28 of February 2018, a three day workshop took place in Chennai. CGPDTM and DG ...

On the 22 and 23 of February an International workshop on India-EU collaboration in seed sector development and PVP will ...

From 29 January to 1 February 2018, a four day consultation meeting with CGPDTM and EUIPO experts

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Suresh Prabhu launches Intellectual Property mascot – IP Nani
The Madrid Protocol: A route to global branding
GI e-Learning Go Live!
Training on ‘Trade Mark Rules 2017’ and IP Tools

The project EU-India Intellectual Property Cooperation or 'IPC-EUI'

From February 2015 until March 2018, the IPC-EUI project, carried out by the EUIPO and acting as implementing agency for the European Commission, has helped strengthening the capacity of the IP administration in India through the exchange of best practice and effective cooperation between institutions in order to enhance IPR quality registration.  

In addition, information services to the Indian business community, particularly in the areas of trade marks, GIS and industrial designs, were delivered.

Finally, the project improved the capacity of the productive sector in India, particularly MSMEs, to create, protect and manage their own brands by using IP as a tool for development.