Help with intellectual property issues before STAR registration

A service station to help innovative tech startups considering listing on the STAR Marketplace resolve intellectual property disputes has been established.

Short for Sci-Tech innovation board, the STAR Market was created as China’s answer to the Nasdaq. It aims to finance technological innovation in next-generation information technologies, high-end equipment, new materials, new energies, energy savings and biomedicine.

However, for many STAR companies, intellectual property disputes persist.

Incomplete statistics show that almost all companies received IP inquiries when reviewing STAR applications, which is inefficient.

The answer is the Pudong Intellectual Property Service Station.

According to Rui Wenbiao, director of the Shanghai Intellectual Property Office, it helps companies pave the way to go public in the STAR market by offering one-stop services, including risk assessment, patent application and registration. assistance in settling disputes.

Xia Shangming from Zhangjiang-based Shengtang Incubator was happy to hear the news.

“We have seven tech startups planning to go public on the STAR Marketplace,” he said. “I think the new gas station will provide stronger political support and more professional service.”

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