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March 11, 2019 About the EUIPO
EUIPO Strategic Plan 2025 consultation
Following the completion of the public consultation on its next strategic plan, the EUIPO is analysing the contributions submitted in order to help shape the Office and the IP landscape for the benefit of citizens and businesses in Europe and worldwide.
By the end of the consultation period on the EUIPO Strategic Plan 2025 (SP2025) on 28 February, more than 60 contributions had been received from external stakeholders including user associations, stakeholders from private sector, national offices, international organisations, European bodies, and citizens. In addition, numerous suggestions were received from EUIPO staff, either individually or as the result of brainstorming activities organised at the departmental or service level.
The contributions covered themes as diverse as the impact of emerging economic models and new technologies; innovative services for IPR owners, including SMEs; ideas for further cooperation for the convergence of tools and practices through sustainable networks; flexible and improved work processes and job policies; and improvements of the Office’s infrastructure and sustainability. Altogether, all of the contributions provided almost 3000 ideas for SP2025.
All contributions are being considered and analysed with a view to reflecting the most relevant ones in the higher level strategic text or in future work programmes.