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Intellectual Property Rights for SMEs: Why is this RELEVANT to you? Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), as intangible assets, are a key factor in the competitiveness of your business in the global economy. IP is a primary method for securing a return on investment in innovation and is particularly relevant to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as they internationalise their business to areas such as South east Asia.
Although SMEs often have limited time and resources, it is important to be aware of how IP can be valuable to your business. Not only a way to help you protect your innovations from competitors, IP assets can also be an important source of cash-flow for SMEs through licensing deals or selling IP, as well as a significant pull-factor when attracting investors.