Peach State launches new non-profit named Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance

The Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance (GIPA) officially launched last week as a non-profit designed to serve the state by establishing a better model for creating, protecting and enabling intellectual property (IP). The coalition of education institutions, research labs, innovation-focused organizations, companies ranging from Fortune 500s to start-ups, and other creators of IP will focus on accelerating the market launch of ideas that serve the common good, while specializing in protecting patents, copyrights, trademarks ,and trade secrets. Click here to read more about the new initiative.

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