The market growth of Intellectual Property (IP) is significant, IP services market is expected to reach a revenue of US$ 5.8 Bn by the end of 2030. This shows a definite proof of an abundance of ideas floating around the world generating from great thinkers, but WIPO’s Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) recorded that the percentage of women’s patent application is 16%. A step is needed in embracing women to unlock their potential for innovation, strengthen IP and innovation ecosystems and drive economic growth. Embracing women to unlock their potential for innovation, strengthen IP and innovation ecosystems and drive economic growth.
Embracing women to unlock their potential for innovation, strengthen IP and innovation ecosystems and drive economic growth. (Photo by 3Motional Studio / pexels.com)
Building the team
An increase of hope in change could only come with internal attempts of generating a similar energy to maintain affirmation. Here at SKC Law, we continue to build our team with a mixture of culture and genders, our overall member now consists 60% of women.
Our commitment to establish an equal working environment is to motivate women to stand their ground and deliver creative solutions, especially in the scope of IP. By having a staff majority of women, it allows us to make better decisions and come up with more tailored advice, fit for our broad base of clients. SKC Law expects that our movement creates a positive rippling effect to the women out there that there would always be room for change and innovation, and we are ready to help the brilliant minds in establishing their ideas.
We got your back
Endless attempts are being done by SKC Law to make all your IP-related matters easier to handle. Continuous research is done by our Marketing Team which consists of 80% women, striving to find ways our clients could receive the fastest response time topped with the quality services they deserve.
By sharing and implementing successful strategies, SKC Law hopes to inspire one another to take action for positive change. As WIPO said, “When we work together and combine our knowledge, resources, and passions, we can create powerful synergies that break down barriers and open doors for women in innovation and entrepreneurship for our collective benefit.”
Step forward, together
Although the percentage of patent application from men and women differ greatly, it should not be a sign of a losing race on the contrary, it should work as a fuel for the women out there to embrace creativity and express their ideas confidently. Do the required research to enhance your ideas and never stop learning & improving your abilities in order to reach one’s true potential.
Take the next step, with us.