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Spearheading innovation by protecting intellectual property rights
Intellectual property rights are fundamental for businesses to innovate and thrive. And they strongly benefit the European economy, as the industries involved play a crucial role in the prosperity of EU member countries.
The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) helps businesses across Europe and the world protect their innovations and inventions through design registrations and trademarks. If their unique designs and trademarks are not protected in all regions where they operate, businesses risk their ideas being stolen or misused. Similarly, businesses also need to know that their own inventions are unique and have not already been trademarked or registered by someone else.
"Every year, the organisation registers close to 200,000 trademarks. This is made possible by the best-in-class platforms, tools and services."The EUIPO is the organisation that safeguards both. Every year, the organisation registers close to 200,000 trademarks. This is made possible by the best-in-class platforms, tools and services that enable the public to check for, or register trademarks and designs at both a European and international level.
We support the EUIPO with IT services that use the latest technologies to enable their day-to-day operations. We are also helping them implement their 2025 Strategic Plan for an intellectual property excellence hub that will assist European businesses to become more competitive in an ever more global and digital environment.