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New & Improved: IP Panorama 2.0

July 19, 2022

After two years of review and redevelopment by the WIPO Academy, the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) and the Korea Invention and Promotion Association (KIPA), the new and improved version of the IP Panorama online course launched on July 15, 2022. To mark the occasion, an event was held in the margins of the WIPO Assemblies.

WIPO Director General Daren Tang, Dr. Insil Lee, Commissioner of KIPO, and Mr. Taeho Lee, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Republic of Korea in Geneva gave statements commending the strong, long-lasting cooperation between WIPO, KIPO and KIPA and the potential for the course to benefit the business community.

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From left to right: Taeho Lee, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Republic of Korea in Geneva, WIPO Director General Daren Tang, and Dr. Insil Lee, Commissioner of KIPO at the IP Panorama 2.0 launch event on July 15, 2022. 

The launch event included opportunities for attendees to apply IP Panorama 2.0 knowledge in hands-on scenarios through invention kits for car-modelled robots and music coding. A virtual reality experience of elements covered in IP Panorama was also set up for attendees.

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What is the IP Panorama?

The IP Panorama 2.0 is a 20 hour course that features a modernized and restructured version of the original course content, whereby a greater emphasis is placed on the application of knowledge and the practice steps needed to use intellectual property (IP) to leverage the commercial value of a business. The IP Panorama 2.0 course speaks to a wider target audience that includes small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), entrepreneurs, senior students, and young professionals seeking knowledge and skills on how to use and manage IP for business success. The original course content has been reduced to bite-sized educational segments that are delivered in an interactive and mobile-friendly format, focusing on practical topics such as:

  • The relevance of IP and IP rights (IPRs) to a business;
  • Different forms of IP and IPRs;
  • Formulating your IP strategy; and
  • Growing and scaling business through on-going IP management and utilization.

The course was first launched in 2007 by the WIPO Academy, KIPO and KIPA to address IP from a business, rather than the traditional legal, perspective. Registration for the IP Panorama 2.0 is now open for the open access version of the course in English on the WIPO eLearning Center.

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