The April 26 is celebrated as a World Intellectual Property Day with the initiative and support of WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) to honor creativity and the contributions made by inventors and creators across the globe and also to improve the public awareness of how patents, copyrights, trademarks and designs impact daily life.

This year the theme announced by WIPO is ‘Women and IP: Accelerating Innovation and Creativity,’ celebrating the “can do” attitude of women inventors, creators and entrepreneurs around the world.

Innovation for the better future

Around the world, young people are embracing innovation challenges and guiding society towards a better future with their inventions, interests and creativity. The modifications we need to make in order to move to a more sustainable future are being driven by innovative, vibrant and creative minds. Discovering how intellectual property rights can help tomorrow’s youngsters build a better world.

Women and IP

Women are reshaping the world through their creativeness, ingenuity and hard work in all parts of the world and in all walks of life.

EMT salutes every women for her hard work, passion and commitment to find new and better solutions that support the transition to sustainable advancements around the globe.

E-Merge tech (EMT) is an equal opportunity employer. EMT employs a large number of women employees. They are technology experts or scientists or business researchers.

EMT’s women employees have been contributing to the innovations through their IP research for last 16 years.

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Their mission is to create a better world through their research. The knowledge intensive services they provide helps the clients to accelerate innovations. EMT women do contribute in more than 140 technology areas both science and engineering from chemical to augmented reality to AI and others.

Kaizen, CIPs and TRIZ methods are employed by our researches relentlessly in every research they do. Creativity workshops and Company events are designed to ignite the fire of innovation in their mind.

Power of Women in Innovation:




Hedy Lamarr’s “frequency hopping technology” invention laid the groundwork for Bluetooth and WiFi technology, the forerunner of today’s mobile phones, WiFi, Bluetooth, and of course GPS.




Beulah Louise Henry was given the nickname “Lady Edison” for her many inventions and she’s known for 110 inventions and 49 patents.




Chemist Stephanie Kwolek invented “Kevlar” while working in DuPont which has been used for everything from boots for firefighters to spacecraft parts, but it’s most famous for its use in bulletproof body armor.




Kathi Vidal is the Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), America’s Innovation Agency, and the Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property.

Growth of Women in IP

Researchers discovered that the proportion of PCT applications with a female applicant has risen from 17% to 29% over the last 20 years. Strategic development and growth of businesses can be made by female entrepreneurs and innovation professionals with knowledge of intellectual property. For instance, to attract investors, secure partnerships, negotiate licensing agreements and enter new markets, protection of intellectual property rights can be used.


The overall success and sustainability of women owned businesses can be positively influenced by a sound understanding of intellectual property rights.

When women are knowledgeable about IP, they are better positioned to assert their rights, participate in IP-related decision-making processes, and benefit from the economic and social opportunities that IP can offer. This can lead to increased representation and recognition of women innovators, creators, and entrepreneurs in IP-related fields.

“Everyone should celebrate the role of women by not only counting their past achievements but also encouraging them for future endeavors, advancement and growth”