“Tran & Associates has set the standard for helping inventors protect innovation and creativity with its patent law expertise. This award is a testament to our spirit of providing high-quality legal representation of inventors worldwide,” according to the law firm.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (PRWEB) October 20, 2020
Tran & Associates announced today that Patent Attorney Bao Tran has been granted the Gold Special Award in the 4th World Invention Academic Conference (WIAC 2020) by the WIAC organizing committee and Korea Invention News (KINEWS), the leading international awards organization honoring excellence on international inventions. The contest focuses its theme as “Anyone Can Invent” and aims to identify and exercise the latest technologies and creative ideas from inventors around the world to aid inventors’ passion and desire to invent for the development of our living life and society.
The organization has the following objectives
- Educating elementary, middle, high school students about how to invent
- Publishing periodical invention newspaper
- Providing national inventors meeting
- Performing invention lecture and speeches in school and company
Mr. Soung-Mo Hong, President of KINEWS, congratulated PatentOffice.io on the results of the review and evaluation. "Creativity is highly required for any field of studies and industries and it is important to recognize its value in all knowledge-based society. Korea Invention News (KINEWS) annually organize Korea Creative Invention Contest, CiC to provide opportunities for students, inventors, innovators and research scientists to express their creativity and the innovative ability to invent through their novel ideas to recognize the vital significance of world intellectual property, globalization and national competitiveness," KINEWS noted.
“Tran & Associates has set the standard for helping inventors protect innovation and creativity with its patent law expertise. This award is a testament to our spirit of provide high quality legal representation of inventors worldwide,” according to the law firm.