Month: January 2011

Intellectual Property Conundrum – The Case of the ‘Elliot Flyer’

Today following lunch I was going over some background in the development of Taiwan’s high-end bicycle sector for my employees. The briefest, and probably the best, description that can be made of it is that of a “complete” supply chain. All bicycle components in multiple incarnations are available. Knowing your way through this complex maze …

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Innovative-Product Introduction Sessions – New for Taipei International Cycle Show

Beginning this year a total of 18 30-min time slots have been allocated for companies to introduce (significantly) innovative products. Every company with a booth at Taipei Cycle 2011 is able to apply, but priority will go to companies that have been shortlisted for the 2011 Innovative Products Competition who wish to avail themselves of …

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