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Part 3 (of 3): How to enforce your IP rights

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As producers of original and creative works, design firms need to have strong foundational intellectual property (IP) knowledge in order to better protect their IP rights. To support you in your IP journey, the DesignSingapore Council has put together a three-part infographic series that will take you through the IP process step by step, and develop your capabilities and skillsets. Here’s part 3.

View part 1 here, and part 2 here.

Picture credit: Photo by Shawnn Tan on Unsplash

Outline of the Series

Part 1 : What is IP and Why is it Important?

  • What IP is in your design?
  • Why IP protection is important
  • How to register
  • When to File?

Part 2 : How to Expand Your Business with IP

  • 4 Ways to monetise your IP
  • Choosing the right business model
  • Using IP and other intangible assets overseas

Part 3 : How to Enforce Your Rights

  • Monitor infringement
  • Enforce your IP rights

Enquiries

For more information on IP, you can contact Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) directly at enquiry@iposinternational.com or visit their website.

Part 3 : How to enforce your IP rights

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How to expand your business with IP (Part 3 of 3)

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Singapore’s highest honour for designers and designs across all disciplines
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One of Asia’s premier design festivals that champions design thought leadership
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