A rough concept or business plan can show how and with what resources you intend to realize your idea. It also forces you to thoroughly think through your idea and helps you determine how realistic it is. If you know your strengths and weaknesses you can decide whether and how to proceed.
A business plan defines your strategy, the type of business, financing, market, projected turn-over, competitors, marketing and intellectual protection strategy.
A business plan is often essential if you want to sell your idea or find a partner for the production or marketing of your product.
20.12.2017 | Trade Marks
Time limit for the initial examination of applications for the registration of trade marks
New IPI directive for the supervision of the collective rights management organisations
Federal Council adapts copyright law to the digital age
27.09.2017 | Event
Séminaire IPI / LES: «développements récents en droit des marques», jeudi le 9 novembre 2017 au Novotel Genève
Patents and pharmaceuticals - Public event at the IPI in collaboration with the European Patent Office