Dubai Internet City excellence series focuses on ‘Intellectual Property – Currency of Creativity and Innovation’

Companies are creating value by shifting from a commodities economy to a knowledge-based sector that focuses on intangible assets and output in business in addition to embracing intellectual property (IP). The approach helps protect businesses of all sizes, in addition to monitoring and auditing events that impact the organisation, according to Anwar Imam, technology and media consultant, as well as former lawyer specialising in intellectual property.

He added: “Migration to a knowledge-based operation is more relevant for SMEs, which need to protect their brand, increase awareness on contractual rights, and identify ways to monitor business processes. Interestingly, intellectual property is also viewed differently with the emergence of the internet. Policymakers, legislators, rights holders, content creators, businesses, and users are aware of the scenario and taking concrete steps on this front. Speed of innovation is another facet that raises a number of issues related to trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets and patents.”

Imam’s comments came at the Dubai Internet City Excellence Series on ‘Intellectual Property – The currency of creativity and innovation’. The session hosted business partners of TECOM Investments’ entities and featured industry experts to offer insights on IP, its value to business, and practical concepts/tips for local start-ups, media and technology companies.

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