Intellectual Property In Technological Innovations : Perceptions From Tech Startups In Kenyan ICT Hubs

From *iHub_ Mon Nov 26 2012, 14:22:37

Authors Hilda Moraa, iHub Research (hilda@ihub.co.ke) Kelvin Murage, iHub Research (kelvin@ihub.co.ke) Rhoda Omenya, iHub Research (rhoda@ihub.co.ke)   Abstract: ICT Hubs act as a meeting place for technology entrepreneurs where new ideas are discussed and inventions built. In such dynamic spaces, Intellectual Property (IP) could either protect young, nascent ideas or stifle innovation and collaboration. In [...] Related posts:

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