In the period 23-24 November 2015, in Chisinau, will be held the International Innovative Conference entitled “Innovations, Intellectual Property and Economic Development”, organized by the State Agency on Intellectual Property of the Republic of Moldova with the support of the World Intellectual Property Organization and in partnership Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Moldova, Academy of Sciences of Moldova (ASM) and Agency for Innovation and Technology Transfer (AITT).
The International Innovative Conference fits into the Program of events organized in the week ISE “INFOINVENT”, fourteenth edition, which will take place in the period 25-28 November 2015.
During the Conference will be addressed issues related to national policies and strategies in the field of innovation and intellectual property for economic growth and enhancing competitiveness; the role of intellectual property in the transfer of knowledge and technology from research to business; public-private partnership in the process of using innovations and intellectual property: best practices of business development in the field; exploitation of intellectual property by SMEs; management of intellectual property and marketing of innovative products and services.
The event is intended for institutions and organizations working in the field of research & innovation and technology transfer, including academic institutions, universities, residents of scientific-technological parks and innovative incubators, experts in the field of protection of intellectual property and business environment, especially in the SMEs sector.
The International Innovative Conference will take place within the premises of the Azure Hall of the ASM (1, Stefan cel Mare bd.) in Romanian and English, being provided the synchronous translation.
Participation is free, and registration is until 1 October.
The completed registration form can be sent by fax: 022440094 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Places are limited and registration for the Conference will be made by the principle: first come first served.
Additional information on tel. numbers: 022400580, 022400582.