Improve the economic power of currently economically vulnerable classes, such as women, the disabled, and the young, especially in developing and under-developed countries -- by educating people about innovation and intellectual property rights (IPR).


  • Education on topics such as creativity, invention, and intellectual property

  • Exhibitions and conventions, such as fairs, contests, forums, and seminars, for promoting goods, exchanging information, human networking, business partnerships and matching businesses

  • Management consulting to enhance the competitiveness of companies' business capabilities, products, and services

  • Domestic and international cooperative projects with international organizations, political organizations, and NGOs

  • Industry-academia cooperative projects, for example between private enterprises, research institutes, and universities

Please see the Annual Events page for more information.