For creativity worldwide

Making music matter

Just like STIM serves composers and music users in Sweden, COTT does in Trinidad and Tobago. Similar organizations exist in 121 countries.

Building respect for intellectual property

Intellectual property rights are essential for creation of knowledge. Licensing universities guarantees lawful access.

Copyright and camera in action

National film industries are booming – Bollywood in India, Nollywood in Nigeria and Riverwood in Kenya.

Education & Training

Human resource development stands high on the agenda of governments. The goal is to strengthen national creative industries.

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Legal counselling, expert opinions and feasibility studies provide solutions to your IPR issues.

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Dispute settlement

Domain names disputes, “cybersquatting”, are normally solved through out-of-court proceedings.

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Case » Collective management in Nigeria

Both the Chairman and CEO of the Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) have attended training courses organized by NORCODE and WIPO.

Case » Regional training at ARIPO

In January 2010, Mr. Nuwa Nnyanzi from Uganda participated at a training session at the African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO).

Case » Cybersquatting

As the registration of a domain name is not preceded by any check, the name may conflict with someone else’s trademark.

Case » Creative industries in Finland

The Finnish Copyright Society commissioned a study on direct copyright revenue streams in creative industries in Finland.


We are knowledge partners to our clients. They organise the activities where we contribute with our expertise and experience.

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