Communication is a key element for employers who want to keep their global workforce motivated. Creating a sense of belonging through a shared mission – with regular communications – is critical for employee satisfaction. It can go a long way towards promoting productivity and increasing employee engagement. For multinationals, it’s critical to devise a strategy that connects teams across locations and cultures. This helps produce a consistent on-brand internal voice and project the company image you want your employees to have. Read more about: 8 Tips for Communicating with Your Global Workforce »
Biotech and pharma industries both work at the cutting edge of science to deliver medical innovations to patients around the world. While the actual contents of each industry’s intellectual property vary widely, the path to obtaining strong IP protection is much the same. A critically important part of that path includes extensive and complicated translations.
What’s the difference?
Pharma and biotech are often used interchangeably but it’s important to understand the distinction. Read more about: Why a Centralized Translation Source Matters for Biotech and Pharma IP »
If you want to profit off of something new and amazing that you created – or at the very least, get credit for your invention – obtaining a patent can lock down the rights to your intellectual property. However, the patent process is long, complicated and very costly. It must also be completed in every country in which you wish to be protected. So before you begin your patent journey, take a moment to make sure that you don’t accidentally put a stumbling block in front of your own success. Read more about: 4 Common Mistakes to Avoid on Your Patent Journey »