Intellectual property rights (IPR) are a prerequisite for innovation and growth. Highly-skilled professionals actively contribute to research, development and innovation during their work life.
European conference on IPR in Brussels in September 2016. The participants will address political implications on society, companies and employees.
Many of our members are researchers, teachers, journalists, authors, engineers or IT workers who are involved in creative work and are, as a consequence, possible intellectual property right holders.
Many professions will lose job positions, whereas new will grow. As a result, many of these new jobs will require a different set of skills.