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WEDNESDAY, 3 OCTOBER 2018
New WIPO customer portal
WIPO is inviting feedback on the prototype Global IP Platform Portal, which Class 46 readers might be interested in.
A letter from WIPO explains more:
We would like to hear your thoughts about a new customer portal we are developing for all WIPO IP Services users. We are in the conceptualizing stage, and your feedback will help guide what the portal will ultimately offer you.
WIPO is developing this new portal to make your life easier: it will be a single point of entry to WIPO’s digital services, bringing together all the tools you use to manage your international patent, trademark and industrial design portfolios. It will also incorporate general services such as payment processing, IP database searching and classification tools.
We want to create a portal which offers you the features and functionality that will make a positive difference in the way you work.
A short, 3-minute video presentation provides an overview to the portal’s features, and a brief survey will allow you to share your feedback with us. It will only take 10 minutes to do both.
If you are interested in participating, please view the video and then take our online survey. All information you provide will be kept confidential.
The invitation is from John Sandage, Deputy Director General, Patents and Technology Sector; Binying Wang, Deputy Director General, Brands and Designs Sector; Ambi Sundaram, Assistant Director General, Administration and Management Sector; and Yo Takagi, Assistant Director General, Global Infrastructure Sector.
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