Thursday June 4, 2020

National IP Protocol launched to provide framework for SMEs

7th April, 2019
Dr Alison Campbell, director of Knowledge Transfer Ireland, and Minister John Halligan

Minister of State for Training, Skills and Innovation John Halligan launched the National IP Protocol 2019 in Dublin last month. The protocol, which is in its third edition, is produced and managed by Knowledge Transfer Ireland. It provides a practical framework for businesses, from startups and SMEs to large multinationals and entrepreneurs to access and utilise Irish research to drive economic growth.

The protocol sets a benchmark for good practice in the commercialisation of valuable intellectual...

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