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Bridging the Gaps in the IP Ecosystem: Roving Seminars and Webinars on WIPO Services and Initiatives

WIPO is highlighting the importance of an inclusive global IP ecosystem that connects not only with big companies and IP specialists, but also with underserved stakeholders, such as women entrepreneurs, youth, indigenous and migrant communities and SMEs, including small traditional producers.

Join us in a series of webinars and IP clinics focused on facilitating access to the innovation ecosystem to underserved communities. These events build the motivation of innovators and creators worldwide through success stories and best practices in business development using IP. After each webinar, participants benefit from follow up guidance by WIPO experts and dedicated presentations on challenging issues, including the use of WIPO tools and services.

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You will learn directly from senior WIPO experts how to gain practical knowledge of WIPO services, including how to:

Who should attend?

  • Business representatives
  • Innovators
  • Creators
  • Researchers
  • Lawyers
  • Technology transfer officers
  • Representatives from universities
  • Small traditional producers
  • Producers of traditional knowledge and traditional cultural expressions
  • Producers of Geographical Indications.
  • Operating system: Windows 7 – Windows 10; Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) – 10.12 (Sierra)
  • Web Browser: Google Chrome v34 or later; Mozilla Firefox v34 or later; Internet Explorer v8 or later; Microsoft Edge v12 or later; Apple Safari v6 or later
  • Hardware: 2GB or more of RAM; Microphone and speakers (headset recommended if event is unmuted by the presenter)
  • Mobile: iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ phone or Android & tablet



Select the upcoming webinar(s) you are interested in and complete the online registration form(s). You will receive a confirmation email containing a link to the webinar event and a personal access code. Use the link and access code to join the webinar on the scheduled date and time.

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Guide to the Main WIPO Services

A Guide to the main WIPO Services

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