Centre for Policy Research, Bangladesh (Hereinafter called the CPR, Bangladesh) is a research centre that was established in February 24, 2008 for national policy, process and strategy development based on The New (Matrix) Method of Economic Analysis. The centre has also developed for commercial exploitation of the Collective Mark of CPR, Bangladesh.
The Collective Mark is used only by the License or Franchise Parties and Strategic Partners of CPR, Bangladesh at nation and international level:
CPR, Bangladesh activities to disseminate national ‘Innovations’ through the kinds of actions:
O Support to Applied Research O Support to Innovation O Support to Technology Transfer O Support to Innovation Management O Support to Technology Licensing
The centre has also developed for promoting the innovations of developing nations and helping them to create an Innovative Industrial Environment (IIE). Better way to manage “Academic Venture Capital” and “Unsolicited Proposal” as powerful tool to create advanced Intellectual Property (IP) mechanism.
The Firm starts out the following concepts in transferring skills into various stakeholders of Bangladesh:
- Support to develop ‘Innovation and Technology Transfer Policy and Strategy : Bangladesh’.
- Support to develop National Industrial Policy, Education Policy, Financial Policy, Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) Policy, Intellectual Property (IP) Policy and other national development Policy of Bangladesh.