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Q&A with IV China’s Yan Sheng

Whether it’s economic growth, the creation of new inventions, or investment in clean technologies, China has become a world leader. We asked IV’s country head of China, Yan Sheng, about his thoughts on how invention and innovation are changing China.

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Invention East-West

At Intellectual Ventures’ (IV) China office, we are proud to be at the forefront of open innovation between East and West. Our team in Beijing works every day to bring Chinese inventions to the world. We also work to bring great inventions from all over the world to China – which is often their largest market. We do this by finding great Chinese inventions, protecting them with strategic patent filings, and promoting commercialization, licensing, collaboration, and other projects in support of those inventions.

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Invented in China

For years China has acted as the assembly line of the world’s great ideas. Apple’s iPhone, invented and developed in Cupertino, is assembled in China. The same can be said for the great technolgies invented in Seattle by Microsoft and Amazon, or Nokia’s handsets conceived in Espoo, Finland. And while the names Steve Jobs and Thomas Edison carry weight around the globe, most Americans would be hard pressed to name a single famous Chinese inventor.

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