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Businesses exporting to China have a reason to celebrate this week with the Australian Made, Australian Grown (AMAG) logo being formally trademarked in China.

In this article we consider the importance for SMEs to identify the inventors of a patent application correctly and steps that can be taken to prevent inventorship disputes.

The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Serbia’s financial intelligence unit in an effort to prevent financial crime.

Australia likes to think of itself as the food bowl of Asia-or even the world-but there’s so much more to our food industry than container loads of wheat. Technology is giving Australian businesses the edge when it comes to exporting.

IP experts Spruson and Ferguson examine what are innovation patents and why SMEs should be aware of them.

In this latest blog from IP experts Spruson and Ferguson, they ask is having a patent important to protect your product.

In the fourth article in our series on the use of Intellectual Property (IP) by small and medium businesses (SMEs), we discuss some further thoughts shared with us by inventors who have gone through the process of conceiving an invention and developing the invention to a market-ready product.

In the third article in our series on the use of Intellectual Property (IP) by small and medium businesses (SMEs), we discuss more lessons shared with us by inventors who have gone through the process of conceiving an invention and developing the invention to a market-ready product.

In this second article in our series on the use of Intellectual Property (IP) by small and medium businesses (SMEs), we discuss a number of lessons shared with us by inventors who have gone through the process of conceiving an invention and developing the invention to a market ready product.

Jessica Huntley from IP Australia takes readers through one company's experience exporting to Japan.