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In this second article in our series on the use of Intellectual Property (IP) by small and medium businesses (SMEs), we discuss a number of lessons shared with us by inventors who have gone through the process of conceiving an invention and developing the invention to a market ready product.

In a series of new articles we will be looking at the use of Intellectual Property (IP) by small and medium businesses (SMEs).

In the early days of Lonely Planet, founder Tony Wheeler quickly learnt the importance of building a brand and protecting his valuable intellectual property (IP) overseas.

Australia is a country of innovators and inventors. Sarah Scmitt explains why the need to protect Australian IP is enormous.

The Apple iPhone, Dyson vacuum cleaner, Nespresso coffee capsule. These innovative, design-driven products have become success stories...

Two of the most difficult experiences I had when working overseas were with trade marks and patents. One of these came about through...

Whether you're a domestic business looking to go international or a 'born global' exporter, your approach to establishing your brand...

The value of goods exported to China in 2009 amounted to AU$42.4 billion, an increase of 31 percent over the previous year. With this...

If you are thinking of exporting into a foreign market you need to ask, does your business own or use any kind of intellectual property...