Incopro and BEIP partner to provide integrated IP protection | IPPro Magazine

Incopro is set to collaborate with Beijing East IP (BEIP) to provide both online and offline IP protection services in China.

As a provider of online IP and brand protection, Incopro uses sophisticated technology and software to enforce IP rights online.

Law firm BEIP specialises in general IP legal services and has represented a broad range of recognisable industries, including LinkedIn, Tesla and McDonalds.

BEIP is expected to provide Incopro’s clients with a similar variety of legal services, ranging from test purchases and offline investigations to litigation support, in order to compliment Incopro’s technology services.

Incopro CEO Simon Baggs said: “We are delighted to welcome BEIP as a partner.”

“Many of our customers value the ability to call upon legal expertise in multiple jurisdictions. Working with BEIP in China provides a key potential customer benefit and a great opportunity for Incopro to further strengthen its offering in China.”

Dr Lulin Gao, chair of BEIP, added: “History has proved that science and technology are primary productive forces.”

“Incopro is pioneered in combating new problems on the Internet with cutting-edge technology. We are proud to be the major partner in China and will fully utilise our local knowledge to help increase customer value.”


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