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IP Creates Jobs for America

IP Creates Jobs for America

Intellectual property is a proven driver of U.S. economic growth. In a first-of-its-kind report, the GIPC found that IP creates jobs, spurs R&D, exports, and output in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Click here for the executive summary and please visit www.IPCreatesJobs.com for our individual state fact sheets.

U.S. Chamber Highlights Department of Commerce Study on Importance of IP

U.S. Chamber Highlights Department of Commerce Study on Importance of IP

Commerce Secretary Bryson, IPEC Victoria Espinel were joined by the Chamber’s President and CEO, Tom Donohue, to talk about the contribution of IP to economic growth and the four-letter word that’s one everyone’s mind: Jobs.

Chamber Study Highlights Tennessees’s Innovative Contributions

Chamber Study Highlights Tennessees’s Innovative Contributions

U.S. Chamber Releases Study on Importance of Intellectual Property in All 50 States

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) today released a report highlighting Tennessee’s contributions to America’s innovation economy.

Chamber Study Highlights West Virginia’s Innovative Contributions

Chamber Study Highlights West Virginia’s Innovative Contributions

 U.S. Chamber Releases Study on Importance of Intellectual Property in All 50 States

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) today released a report highlighting West Virginia’s contributions to America’s innovation economy. This study is part of GIPC’s State Fact Sheets, which provide a look at the roles innovation and creativity play in each state. The report highlights local companies and facts demonstrating how innovation and creativity—which are safeguarded by strong IP rights—serve as a driving force behind economic recovery and future growth.


“Innovation and creativity are vital to West Virginia’s economy,” said Dr. Mark Esper, executive vice president of the Chamber’s GIPC.

Chamber Study Highlights Washington’s Innovative Contributions

Chamber Study Highlights Washington’s Innovative Contributions

U.S. Chamber Releases Study on Importance of Intellectual Property in All 50 States

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) today released a report highlighting Washington’s contributions to America’s innovation economy. This study is part of GIPC’s State Fact Sheets, which provide a look at the roles innovation and creativity play in each state. The report highlights local companies and facts demonstrating how innovation and creativity—which are safeguarded by strong IP rights—serve as a driving force behind economic recovery and future growth.


“Innovation and creativity are vital to Washington’s economy,” said Dr. Mark Esper, executive vice president of the Chamber’s GIPC.