Patents Create Value For Companies in Several Ways. Patents guarantee your exclusive rights and monopoly over business activities such as marketing, licensing, legal defencing and royalties. With a patent in hand, it gives you credibility and gives your investors confidence, thus, unlocking the potential to be a market leader and a prominent player in your industry. PATENT
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A patent is a simple and smart protection for your business ideas.

  • Have better portfolio for Initial Public Offering (IPO) listing
  • Prevent infringement
  • Become market leader

Patents create value for companies in several ways.

Patents guarantee your exclusive rights and monopoly over business activities such as marketing, licensing, legal defencing and royalties. With a patent in hand, it gives you credibility and gives your investors confidence, thus, unlocking the potential to be a market leader and a prominent player in your industry.

Maximise your profit with a patent

For corporates who already know about patenting invention, but just browsing to contrast prices

  • Attract potential inventors
  • Create licensing opportunity

A patent is a simple and smart protection for your business ideas.

  • Have better portfolio for Initial Public Offering (IPO) listing
  • Prevent infringement
  • Become market leader

Patents create value for companies in several ways.

Patents guarantee your exclusive rights and monopoly over business activities such as marketing, licensing, legal defencing and royalties. With a patent in hand, it gives you credibility and gives your investors confidence, thus, unlocking the potential to be a market leader and a prominent player in your industry.

Maximise your profit with a patent

For corporates who already know about patenting invention, but just browsing to contrast prices

  • Attract potential inventors
  • Create licensing opportunity

We ensure the highest chance to gain ownership of your desired logos and taglines!

All we need from you is your brilliant invention ideas and information for application purposes.

The Patent Application Step-by-Step Process

Our Satisfied Clients

 CompanyPatented Inventions
1.Chuan Sin Sdn. Bhd.

a. Container Handle



b. Multi-Purpose Container

2.Vitrox Corporation Berhad

a. Front Light for 3D SMD Semiconductor Inspection



b. Vision Illumination Apparatus for Semi-Translucent Device

3.MI Equipment (M) Sdn. Bhd.

a. Rotary Pick and Place Apparatus



b. Apparatus for Flipping Electronic Components and Method Thereof

4.Universiti Teknologi Petronas


a. A Non-Invasive Method for Analysing the Retina for Ocular Manifested Diseases



b. Methodology and Apparatus for Early In Vivo Detection and Grading of Knee Osteoarthritis

5.Amee Philips Sdn. Bhd.


a. Clip for Jewellery

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a patent?

A patent is an exclusive right by the govt. to a inventor that allows the inventor to exclude anyone else from manufacturing, selling, or using the invention for a time frame.

What can be patented?

  • Something new, that is not legally disclosed to the public almost anywhere more than one year before the patent was filed
  • Something inventive which means that the best feature of the invention would not¬†obviously be derived by any individual in view of the popular knowledge in the field of the invention
  • Something industrially applicable, meaning it can be mass produced.
  • Examples: New product, machine, method or process of doing something, or a new way of doing something, or a new technical solution to a problem.

When should I apply for a patent?

You should apply for a patent registration before you disclose your invention to the public as the disclosure could deprive your invention of novelty.

What are the basic requirements for an invention to be patentable?

An invention is patentable if it is new, involves an inventive step and is industrially applicable.

Can a Patent protection in Malaysia be extended to other foreign countries?

No, registration in Malaysia only gives protection in Malaysia because patent protections are territorial in nature. A separate patent application must be filed in the country in which you intend to seek protection within 12 months from the filing date for the first application in Malaysia under the Paris Convention; or 30 months from the first filing date under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT).

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