BFM 89.9: Click here to listen to P. Kandiah’s interview on Open For Business where he talks about IP rights protection and what businesses need to do to maintain their competitive advantage.
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The Star (Starbiz): Find out why protecting your Intellectual Property may be the best move you can make for your business here.
Utusan Malaysia: The IP Heartbeat of South East Asia is now here – KASS Regional IP Services opens its doors in Singapore. Read more about it here.
KUALA LUMPUR – KASS International Sdn Bhd – a well-established Intellectual Property (IP) boutique firm located in Kuala Lumpur, announced today the opening of its new office in Singapore which will serve to oversee and coordinate KASS’ operations in the region.
“Aspiring to be the ‘IP heartbeat of South East Asia’, KASS International speaks local languages of the region, giving us a natural advantage over other firms, especially when undertaking cross-border filings,” said Mr P. Kandiah, Managing Director of KASS International. “Singapore is a natural location for housing our regional office, as it is already a gateway for companies looking to expand in South East Asia.”
KUALA LUMPUR – An established Intellectual Property (IP) firm based in Malaysia – KASS International Sdn Bhd – has announced a strategic expansion into the regional market with the opening of its new office in Singapore.
The Singapore office will act as a regional hub to oversee and co-ordinate operations in the South East Asian region, supporting KASS International’s existing offices in Kuala Lumpur and Penang. The office will reduce time and costs for handling of IP-related issues, as there will be a single agent handling all cases instead of multiple agents across different geographies.
SMALL and medium enterprises should acquire intellectual property (IP) rights for their products before they spend money on marketing and promotion.
IP lawyer P.Kandiah said SME owners should file IP rights for their products or design before they expose them to the public. In fact, the law requires it.
He said many SMEs have lost exclusive rights for their products or processes because they were not aware of IP rights.