As we launch our new trade mark pre-apply tool, a member of the IPO's transformation team explains how the service was developed and how AI can help applicants register a trade mark.
As we all adapt to a 'new normal', our Business Engagement team share how they have continued helping businesses and individuals with their IP, through new and innovative ways.
For Mental Health Awareness week (18 - 24 May), we explore some of the IPO initiatives to promote well-being and how these have adapted during the Covid-19 crisis.
Following customer feedback, the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has developed a new tool that could help improve your chances of registering a trade mark.
The latest Online Copyright Infringement (OCI) tracker was released today to mark British IP Day.
On planet earth there are around 7.6 billion people, and a third of them play computer games.
Children are spending more time online than ever before and are starting to use technology and engage with social media at an increasingly young age.
As manager of the IPO's Business Outreach team, the most important part of our role is helping people understand their intellectual property (IP).
I think most people can remember the first record they bought.
Have you checked Facebook today? Perhaps you’ve scrolled through your Twitter feed, posted a picture of your breakfast, cat or outfit on Instagram #Friday.