The National Council for Women organized the first training component of the project on intellectual property and entrepreneurship for women in Egypt, in cooperation with the World Intellectual Property Organization.

This training came within the framework of cooperation between the Council and the World Intellectual Property Organization in working to empower women entrepreneurs in local communities through intellectual property, by increasing their awareness of the need to protect the intellectual property of their companies, and establishing links between women entrepreneurs and the National Intellectual Property Office in order to facilitate the task of establishing intellectual property rights by the local community.

The training includes several stages, including identifying targets, raising awareness, building the capacities of beneficiaries on intellectual property, providing them with practical tools for business (3 training components), and support in terms of drafting regulations related to collective trademark registration, design, and registration, specialized support for a number of selected women entrepreneurs, and the registration of a collective trademark.

The main goal of the training is to educate the targeted women on intellectual property rights, support and facilitate the registration of the trademark (collective mark), the gained return of its registration, and help them market it.



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