The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Law. IPOS advises and administers the Intellectual Property (IP) regime, promotes its usage and builds expertise to facilitate the development of Singapore’s IP eco-system. With IP fast becoming a critical asset in today’s global markets, IPOS aims to be a trusted partner to empower all creators in our knowledge economy.
Singapore's IP Policy
Singapore recognises that IP has and will continue to play a key role in the development of the nation’s economy. The republic’s three key policy anchors, administered by IPOS, are as follows:
1) Accessibility – provide access to a robust IP system to assist Singapore and Singapore-based businesses to scale and thrive in the rule-based trading system of the world.
2) Interoperability – build linkages with strategic partners to allow for mutual access to markets and IP regimes so as to facilitate globalisation.
3) Quality – maintain quality IP system with credible IP service industry and professionals to serve Singapore and beyond
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