The Opportunity  
India Scenario
  India ranks 2nd among 53 nations in terms of the availability of competent scientists and
engineers; it ranks 51st in commercializing research and knowledge-based inventions
India signed WTO agreement in January 2005. Indian companies will have to compete
globally, hence the need to innovate, protect and build commercial and business strategy tools
Indian companies, especially SMEs are finding it difficult to manage enormous amounts of IP
that they or their employees are generating
Growing number of multi-national (MNCs) and Indian companies investing in R&D activities
Growing outsourcing / off shoring opportunities in the fields of patents and IP from US,
Europe and Japan. (due to abundant talent and state-of-the-art infrastructure. Operational excellence that has delivered cost and quality leadership in offshore services centres)
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