The Nigerian Intellectual Property (IP) resource guide is a compilation of useful resources for anyone interested in the Nigerian legal and regulatory framework when it comes to IP rights.
Interestingly, many entrepreneurs and startup founders are beginning to realize the importance of proper IP management to business growth.
Very many more are leaving money on the table by neglecting to identify, protect and commercialize their IP rights.
As efforts are being made, from various quarters, to educate business owners on the importance of IP to business growth, it is equally important that business owners and executives know where to look and whose expert opinion to seek.
This IP resource guide comes in handy as it provides a list of IP professionals in Nigeria, in alphabetical order.
The Nigerian IP resource guide serves as a useful tool for students and researchers, as a mere glance gives more than a fair idea on the key players and agencies in this niche.
The guide contains a list of IP and entertainment lawyers; a list of law firms with expertise in IP protection, commercialization and litigation as well as a list of communities focused on having progressive discussions on the importance and application of IP rights.
In the pool of legislations, rules and statutes, the resource guide provides a pointer to local laws on IP as well as international Conventions, Treaties and Agreements on IP to which Nigeria is a party.
Excitingly, all entries have embedded links, so a click leads you straight to the right resource.
This Nigerian Intellectual Propertyresource guide is not exhaustive, we would be glad to have you collaborate with us on it here.
This Nigerian IP resource guide is compiled by TheIPstream, which is a social media-based IP blog committed to sharing hacks and tips on IP and proper IP management for students, lawyers, entrepreneurs and startup founders.
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About the author
Olanrewaju Tomisin is an Intellectual Property enthusiast who is interested in the protection and commercialization of Intellectual Property rights. She currently works with TheIPstream, a social media-based IP blog.
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