A delegation from the Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys visited QBPC office on the afternoon of September 5. The delegation was headed by Dorota Rzążewska, President of the Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys, and accompanied by Krzysztof Florczyk, Third Secretary at the Economic Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Beijing. JI Ying (Johnson & Johnson), QBPC Vice Chair, provided a detailed overview of QBPC’s history, organizational structure, areas of focus, and key projects to the guests. Dorota Rzążewska explained the roles and responsibilities of the Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys.
Both sides expressed the willingness to enhance communication and cooperation at the meeting. Dorota Rzążewska said that China was an important market to Polish companies, and they were keen to learn about the rules and status of IPR protection in China. Meanwhile the Chamber could share IPR protection practices in Poland and the European Union with Chinese enterprises. Dorota Rzążewska also invited QBPC to participate in IPR protection exchange activities in Poland to share experience, exchange ideas, and enhance cooperation.