High IP activity in the form of registration only has an effect upon innovation if the IP is active in domestic, regional or international markets.
Two of the more pressing issues are (I) the frameworks (legal, business, capital resources) which jurisdictions have in place to facilitate sound relationships between IP and emerging technologies and (II) and whether IP reforms are needed at the multi-lateral level to safeguard the integrity of the IP system.
Without proprietary rights to safeguard and advance technological discoveries, innovative content would likely be less robust or fast-paced. Tech tourism relates to incentivizing tourists to visit a destination because of high and advanced levels of in demand and valued tech content produced in the territory.
The relationship between agriculture and intellectual property rights (IP) is an interesting one. Although there are several connections between the two, opportunities for forging further and more sustainable relationships still remain. Four solid connections between agriculture and IP for 2020 and beyond are:
If this information is worthwhile but missing from the distributor or manufacturer’s marketing strategy, there could be significantly less chances for origin-based factors to drive higher consumer demand patterns