RWS inovia Eyes China and the Region as Drivers of Future Growth

RWS inovia was recently featured in the South China Morning Post as a world leader of high quality translation, intellectual property (IP) and language support services throughout APAC (Asia-Pacific region). RWS inovia has over 120 staff members specializing in patent and IP-related translations with cost effective, local resources for patent translations, foreign filings and search services in the region.

Backed by a solid balance sheet, RWS Group, a world leading language services provider headquartered in the UK, has a clear strategy to expand its global presence amid a low-growth economy with Asia. We believe China is a key driver to this future growth.

“More companies of varying sizes in China are starting to innovate and are choosing not to be limited to manufacturing,” CEO of RWS Group, Reinhard Ottway stated. “These emerging Chinese innovators are the target group for our international IP support services. We help them protect their IP and compete in the global market.”

With three offices in China, RWS is showing a solid presence in the region. Our expansion efforts are backed by the release of the Chinese-language interface of PatBase and a cooperation agreement with the Intellectual Property Publishing House, governed by China’s State Intellectual Property Office.

RWS works with many of the world’s largest patent filers and patent agent firms. “Our key differentiator is still first and foremost our focus on premium quality and excellent service.” Ottway continued.

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