Industrial Designs

Sponsor Common Law Partner Canada

Launching a new consumer product?

Investing in design activities, innovation and brand building to remain competitive?

A large variety of products of industry and handicrafts items are protected by industrial designs as such as jewelry, lighting equipments, graphic symbols, graphical user interfaces and logos, textiles and electronic devices.

By registering an industrial design the owner has the capacity to prevent third parties from importing, selling or making articles for commercial purposes.

A solid understanding of the value of Intellectual Property (IP) will benefit innovators looking to protect and leverage their IP nationally and abroad and will help drive long-terme growth and economic success.