Recently, the Swiss-Chinese Law Association (SCLA) and International Intellectual Property Commercialization Committee (IIPCC) have reached an intention and consensus on strategic cooperation on IP commercialization, trade secret protection, cooperation, and education in international conferences.
The International Intellectual Property Commercialization Council (IIPCC) is a non-profit organization registered in Hong Kong. In 2014, IIPCC is a global, non-profit, non-partisan, non-governmental organization headquartered in Hong Kong. It is the first global international intellectual property (IP) commercialization multidisciplinary NGO headquartered in Asia. It is widely supported by many governmental and non-governmental organizations, including professionals and innovators in various fields. The IIPCC currently has dozens of chapters and over 2,000 expert members worldwide and an observer at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
IIPCC and SCLA have had several rounds of exchanges and consultations since July. And Johnson Kong, Director of IIPCC, said he looks forward to reaching a strategic cooperation agreement with SCLA to further deepen cooperation on the commercialization of IP and protection of trade secrets and promote the achievement of each other’s strategic value objectives. Mr. Zhang Tianze, Director of SCLA, said that he was honored to reach a cooperate with the International Intellectual Property Commercialization Committee (IIPCC) and looked forward to the establishment of a professional IP committee by SCLA as soon as possible to exchange and learn from IIPCC, and to carry out IP-related activities worldwide; especially in Shenzhen and Hong Kong, China.