Next in our 'Meet the Board' series, we speak to Penny Phillpotts, Director of People and Place at the IPO. We discuss where her career started, her experience since joining the IPO last year and her priorities for the future.
Next up in our ‘Meet the Board’ series is Chris Mills, the Director of Rights Policy and Enforcement. Chris spoke to us about how his career story started, and his highlights since joining the IPO two years ago.
There’s no place for counterfeit kits in the World Cup, or any area of football in fact. Read how the IPO, along with partners such as PIPCU, are working together to knock the fakes out of the beautiful game.
Next in our ‘Meet the IPO Board’ series, we chat with Neil Hartley. We hear about the challenges in his role as Finance Director – at one time not just for one organisation, but for two, simultaneously! Read on to find out more.
Stephen Otter, IPO Senior Patent Examiner and Search Tools Manager, gives us the inside story on a powerful new patent search tool launched at the IPO this month that will revolutionise our patent examiner searches.
From graphite tennis rackets to fluorescent yellow balls, intellectual property is everywhere you look in the game of tennis. We explore some of the innovations behind the legendary Wimbledon championship.
The Alliance for IP is a UK-based coalition of organisations representing IP-rich businesses and creators. On British IP Day, and Alliance for IP’s 25th anniversary, IPO CEO Adam Williams looks at the value the organisation and its members contribute as a cornerstone of the UK’s IP environment.
The Coronation is not only a historic event, it means big business for some, with flags, bunting and souvenirs flooding the shops. But exactly what are the rules around Royal-related intellectual property?
It’s time for the next episode in our ‘Meet the Board’ series. We’ve been speaking to Siân-Nia Davies, IPO’s Chief Digital, Data and Technology Officer, who is responsible for IT, data and security at the IPO.
The IPO is part of an international taskforce set up by the USPTO to improve the representation of women in IP. Nicola Smith, our Diversity and Inclusion Cultural Advisor, told us about her recent visit to join taskforce members.
Following the Standard Essential Patents (SEP) Call for Views that we ran last year, we’re now hosting a short SEPs Questionnaire. This time, we want to understand how the SEPs framework and licensing environment works for smaller-sized businesses.