IFIA continues to support the female inventors and entrepreneurs by KIWIE exposition
The IFIA president Mr.Alireza Rastegar attended in the official of opening ceremony of the 11th exposition Korea International Women’s Invention Exposition in South Korea on 20 June.
The international Women’s Invention Exposition is annually Organized by Korea Women Inventors Association (KWIA) and Hosted by Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) and held under direct intellectual property of World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and it is sponsored by International Federation of Inventor’s Association (IFIA) in different countries.350 Inventions from 30 countries have taken part in he 11th session of exposition.
The international Women’s Invention Exposition 2019 Supported by :
– South Korea – Ministry of Science & Technology
– South Korea -Ministry of SMEs and Startups
– South Korea -Ministry for Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
– South Korea -Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy
– South Korea -Ministry of Gender Equality and Family
– Seoul Metropolitan Government
– International Federation of Inventor’s Association (IFIA)
– World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
Eligible Participant for this Exposition :
Women or Women student and enterprises (run by women) who have applied or registered for domestic or overseas industrial property rights
This Exposition will be Purpose
-Sustainable development and co-prosperity for international women inventors -Providing the opportunity of business matching for domestic and overseas women inventors and promotion of economic -Activities through securing Intellectual Property Rights of international women inventors -Developing methods designed to promote support for domestic and overseas women inventors -Coordinating efforts to open annual meeting and forum designed to develop collective education contents and program regarding Intellectual Property Rights for domestic and overseas inventors -Creating visions by sharing success stories and policies of domestic and overseas women inventors and expanding networks by sharing information.