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Innovation Policy – the Elephant in the Room

Innovation Policy – the Elephant in the Room

This is the fourth in a series of innovation pieces leading up to the 3rd Annual Global IP Summit on November 5 & 6, 2015. Check out previous posts – Part 1: Why Innovation Policy is Critical Now; Part 2: A Legacy of Inventors, Entrepreneurs, and Innovators; Part 3: Being Competitive in the Global Marketplace. At the Summit, GIPC will release a new study looking at the state […]

Employing Innovation Across America – Being Competitive in the Global Marketplace

Employing Innovation Across America – Being Competitive in the Global Marketplace

This is the third in a series of innovation pieces leading up to the 3rd Annual Global IP Summit on November 5 & 6, 2015. Check out the first blog, Why Innovation Policy is Critical Now; the second installment, A Legacy of Inventors, Entrepreneurs, and Innovators; and the final post, Innovation Policy: the Elephant in the Room. At the Summit, GIPC will […]

Employing Innovation – A Legacy of Inventors, Entrepreneurs, and Innovators

Employing Innovation – A Legacy of Inventors, Entrepreneurs, and Innovators

This is the second in a series of innovation pieces leading up to the 3rd Annual Global IP Summit on November 5 & 6, 2015. Check out the other posts in this series – Part 1: Why Innovation Policy is Critical Now; Part 3: Being Competitive in the Global Marketplace; Part 4: Innovation Policy: the Elephant in the Room. At the Summit, […]