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YOU won’t regret meeting enthusiastic team members of Tech Corp International Strategist (TCIS, India). Learn How to Patent a Business Idea Innovation from our team of GENIUS Strategist who are there to guide YOU through 10 step INNOVATION guide.
Executing Intelligent Business Idea is the need of the hour. Funding ecosystem is prevalent in India. However identifying important patent, brands, copyrights, trade secrets and technical know hows of the founders is the need of the hour. Knowing about How to Patent a Business Idea in India and globally can increase your company evaluations. Answering WHAT, WHY, WHEN & How to Patent a Business Idea provides the Startups with the holistic view of doing innovative business globally.
Patents give the power to the innovator to protect their ideas. First, file a provisional patent innovation document in HOME Country. It is advisable to discuss the patent strategy & How to Patent a Business Idea with expert Patent Attorney or Patent Agent. Our team of Patent wizard geeks are there to assist you through the process of patenting your innovation.
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Indian Patent Agent Exam Guide to become Intellectual Property Asset Strategist
In this video we will be discussing essential patent book you need & how to prepare for Patent Agent Examination 2020. Some common questions are being answered in this video for your ease #HappyICvibes
1. How to understand basics of Patent Agent Examination Process in India?
2. How as aspiring Indian Patent Agent candidate you would be able to qualify Patent Agent Examination?
3. What is essential book you need to purchase from patent agent examination 2020 point of view?
4. How many hours do you need to devote for preparing for patent agent examination 2020?
5. What’s will be my options after clearing the patent agent examination?
When you’re done viewing this video, this is what you’ll take away:
What’s the one thing that matters now:
Two months of dedication is enough to qualify for the Patent Agent Examination 2020
Scope of work profile once you clear patent agent examination 2020 exam:
What does a good IP strategy look like for my clients?
How should you able to think about the economic and social impacts you are contributing to the society?
Recently, the Controller General of Patents, Designs & Trade Marks has invited for online application from eligible candidates under Section 126 of the Patents Act, 1970, to appear in Patent Agent Examination-2020.
Patent Agent Exam Paper-I is objective type and duration of time allocate to complete Paper-I is two hours.
Patent Agent Exam Paper-II is descriptive type and duration of time allocate to complete Paper-II is three hours.
Last date for online registration has been extended to 15/04/2020.
Brilliant Idea in Fourth Industrial Revolution is Technology Driven
“One thing about life that’s predictable, is that it is unpredictable”
A brilliant idea for an invention or business could spring into your head at any point in time. But in order to find success, your research and development has to meet modern standards. Ideas are not genuinely original.
Integrating patents into your business plan, is one of the most overlooked elements of a successful business. It takes a lot of energy to run a business, If you have an idea for a product, service or business, beat the odds and use your passion and energy, to figure out how to make it profitable.
There are a number of myths associated with patenting a product or concept that may hold an individual from getting the most out of the concept. In order to see your way clear to filing a patent it is very important to break those myths.
Patent filing narrows down the counterparts and it makes it difficult to impress the investors.
A strong patent portfolio help in fuelling investments for emerging tech companies. Investors often look to see whether a budding company has protected its intellectual property when determining whether to invest or not. It is more likely that you will be taken seriously if you come to the table with excellent technical knowledge and a patent-pending for your idea that’s been well-researched and profits projected, even if you don’t have all the connections with the big players.
It is difficult to avoid infringement so It’s better not to file a patent.
Many things can perform the same function. If you are filing a patent for a software for buying and selling properties, it is possible that you are infringing on a patent someone else took for a software that facilitates property transactions. That’s why the claims section of the patent is so important. Claims have to be worded very carefully. Consult a patent lawyer so that you actually end up having more protection from infringement than you would have without a patent.
My idea is not that great and there is no competition out there for my business plan so why to spend money to patent my technology.
Never underestimate yourself. There is always competition out there. A competitor could steal the idea and put it to use themselves. Instead of letting other party go away with your great concept and make a fortune, you should protect your concept by filing a patent.
If the invention is “obvious to one skilled in the art,” the patent won’t be valid.
Patent law prohibits granting patents for inventions that are obvious to “one skilled in the art.” Many new inventions are combinations of existing inventions. The specific wording of the claims in your patent is the key to patenting an idea that is already out there or “obvious.”
If I need to change my business focus, then the money I invested in filing a patent will be wasted.
Licensing the right to make, use, or sell your product is usually the most profitable route for inventors. Even if you may not make money from a patent you can pursue licensing royalties. As patent holder, you retain ownership of the invention and earn royalty payments on future sales of the product.
Everyone who was a part of the meeting where the idea was conceptualized gets to put their name on the patent.
The inventor is the individual who has the concept of the invention, provided of course that there has been a reduction to practice. The company is the assignee-the person or legal entity that has actual ownership of the patent. The royalties from patent generally go to the company, not the employees who came up with the invention.
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Prity Khastgir is a techno-savvy patent attorney in India with 15 yrs++ of experience working with clients across the globe. Her areas of expertise are IP portfolio research, cross-border technology transactions, licensing agreements, product clearance, freedom-to-operate, patent infringement & invalidity analysis, research & opinions.
Currently, she helps startups to raise funds, assists foreign companies to find right business partners in India. She also assists enterprises to enter and find the right angels, and VCs in Malaysia, Singapore, US, UK, Japan and India.
TCIS Patent Services:
Patent Services in India
Patent Drafting for Protection of Inventive Concepts:
Preparation of Utility Patent Applications:
We at Tech Corp International Strategist provide drafting of patent applications (provisional/ non-provisional) specifically in life-sciences, food technology, automotive, image processing, communications technology, aerospace, computer-implemented inventions and software, mechanical, electrical, electronics, wireless communication, and pharmaceutical sector.
Patent Drawings/Illustrations :
Developing patent drawings/figures using state of the art systems.
Patent Search : Patent searches by expert patent researchers
Infringement Analysis/Equivalent Search including Claim Mapping Chart
Patent Information Search
Patent Searches for the state of the art
Competitor’s Patent Search
Patent Compliance Services:
Our team of technical patent experts review the patent application to create and protect infringement-free patent specification for protecting the client’s innovation.
Competitors Patent Review Services :
On-going competitor patent review and analyzing scope of the patent claims.
Preparing Patent Office Actions Responses:
Handling all Office actions, hearing before the patent examiner and PTO correspondences.
Patent proofreading :
Proofreading of Patent specifications to draft flawless patent application.
Patent Analysis & Portfolio Management:
Our team of expert patent lawyers understand the technology in question and then categorize a patent portfolio of a company according to the needs of the client. We conduct a market analysis in terms of identifying active companies, their areas of technical expertise, and find the family of the patents filed in different jurisdictions. We find the main players in the field of a patent on the basis of commercial viability, infringement aspects, strengths and weaknesses, find the key parameters for future research and analyze licensing terms for a particular patent.
Filing & Prosecuting of Patent Applications :
Regular patent application, ordinary patent filing before the Indian Patent Office
PCT Applications filing before the Indian Patent Office
PCT National Phase Applications filing before the Indian Patent Office
Convention Applications filing before the Indian Patent Office
Handling Office Actions from various jurisdictions including USPTO, EPO and other Asian countries