CIIPO Concludes Month-Long Celebration of Intellectual Property

CIIPO Concludes Month-Long Celebration of Intellectual Property

CIIPO officials spent the month of April educating Cayman’s creators, inventors and entrepreneurs about their intellectual property (IP) rights and how to protect them. IP refers to creations of the mind and includes inventions, literary and artistic works, designs...
World Intellectual Property Day Reception Honours Suzy Soto

World Intellectual Property Day Reception Honours Suzy Soto

The reception, held on Thursday 20 April, featured the Minister for Financial Services and Commerce, the Hon. AndrĂ© Ebanks, presenting a commemorative plaque to Ms Soto for her creation alongside the Sir Turtle mascot.   “In the 1960s, you’re running...
World Intellectual Property Day to be Observed and Celebrated in Cayman

World Intellectual Property Day to be Observed and Celebrated in Cayman

The 2023 theme for WIPD is Women and IP: Accelerating innovation and creativity, and women will feature heavily in the activities planned by CIIPO. Intellectual property (IP) is a creation of the mind. It includes inventions, literary and artistic works, designs and...
2022 Signals Highest Level of Trade Mark Registrations

2022 Signals Highest Level of Trade Mark Registrations

As of December 2022, CIIPO had approved 568 registrations for company brands in the Cayman Islands. That figure surpassed the previous high of 510 trade mark registrations in 2019. These registrations were mostly for international companies and goods that conduct...
Cayman Intellectual Property Office Attends Leadership Event

Cayman Intellectual Property Office Attends Leadership Event

The event took place on 15-18 November and discussions centred around the use of copyrights, trade marks and current legislation and regulations in the North American, Latin America and Caribbean region. The event featured hundreds of intellectual property experts...