In recent years, Turkey has adopted significant revisions and developments in the field of IP. Educational opportunities and awareness of the IP field has increased in direct proportion to the increase in R&D activities and entrepreneurship.
Universities have been placing emphasis on IP by holding international and national seminars and making alliances with national and international IP organisations and offices. These awareness-raising activities have been supported by technology transfer offices and courses for undergraduate and graduate students. Also, recent efforts to establish IP as a department in universities are about to yield results.
We live in a knowledge era; businessmen know that it is vital to be genuine and innovative in order to have competitive advantage. Increased state subsidies also play a role in accelerating innovation. As R&D activities and IP expenditure are within the scope of these subsidies, entrepreneurship is gaining momentum.
"TURKISH BRANDS HAVE TAKEN STRONG POSITIONS IN INTERNATIONAL MARKETS THANKS TO THEIR QUALITY OF PRODUCTION."
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