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Danish IP fair - Copenhagen 2017

Danish companies gather inspiration, does business, and networks, at the Danish IP fair in Copenhagen. 

‘Industriens Hus’ was filled with more than 300 people and many Danish inventions on the 9th of May, 2017. Danish companies and researchers are among the frontrunners of making new inventions. The inventions strain from various research areas. The potential to cure migraine and cancer, treat multi-resistant bacteria, the collection of plastic and metal, make the color red without the need for lice, and to create programming-free robots. 


The fair gathers companies, investors, entrepreneurial researchers and university business developers. The day includes high-level networking through pre-scheduled partnering meetings and an open IP fair environment. This facilitates business and investment opportunities. 


More than 100 technologies are presented in diverse professional settings - covering the areas of: 

•Digital and ICT

•Energy and Environment

•Advanced Material and Technologies

•Biotech and Health Care


The Minister of Higher Education and Science, Søren Pind, held a speech at the event. 


Danish Industries published a report from the EUIPO on enforcements and use of IPR. Moreover, what impact it has on business economically, when you are protected with IPR or not. On the same day that the report was published, only 9 % of SMEs own had registered for IPR. 

The report - 'Private costs of enforcement of IPR'


VIP4SME and the Danish Patent and Trademark office were among several sponsors at the event. The Danish Patent and Trademark office held a speech about IP protection, and where the companies can find help. 


More information about the fair can be found on the enclosed links:



Make your business grow  Talk 

speaking at roll up  the fair