Growing with Resilience through InTangibles (GRIT) is an inter-agency initiative to partner businesses and communities to better manage and monetise their IP in the COVID-19 environment and beyond.
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated digitalisation, and forced many creators and businesses to change operation models to survive. Coupled with the safe distancing measures, many in the arts and entertainment sectors have turned to digital and online platforms to carry on with performances and events.
How can creators and innovators protect and monetise their intangible assets and IP, like copyright and brands, in the digital space? What are the best practices in managing copyright and licensing issues, especially across multiple jurisdictions, when presenting your work online? Want to find out more about the available Government support schemes (e.g., Arts and Culture Resilience Package)? Join this webinar as our speakers share their stories on navigating these issues.
Chief Legal Counsel & Director, Legal Department
Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS)
Public CPD Points: 1
Practice Area: Intellectual Property
Training Level: Foundation
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