Architecture of the intellectual property market

The level of development of the intellectual property market attests to the socio-economic potential of the state.

Digital technologies make it possible to launch creative products into economic circulation.
A deep cross-industry analysis of the world's leading economies made it possible to develop a universal five-level infrastructure of the intellectual property market. It takes into account the interests of the state, business and society. The infrastructure is able to work effectively regardless of the economic and cultural characteristics of the country.

Intellectual property in the economic turnover, based on infrastructure, allows you to reduce costs, speed up the processes of creating and monetizing creative products.

In the world, the integration of the new business model of the IP market infrastructure still continues to form its individual elements.
Stage 5 Industrial Business Applications and Cloud Services
SLATE audio and video content viewing, listening and downloading
VibraVid audio and video content viewing, listening and downloading
Stage 4 Ecosystem Ecosystem Services
Trendit stores and provides access to creative content (photos, recipes, etc.)
Stage 3 Platform Platform Solutions
Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) online dispute resolution (up to 5,000 USD)
Stage 2 Infrastructure Public Network Infrastructure
Stage 1 Governmental and Legal Regulators and Government Institution
Department of Innovation, Science and Economics Canada
Canadian Food Supervision Agency
Intellectual Property Office of Canada
Courts 1st Instance: Federal Court; 2nd Instance: Federal Court of Appeal 3rd Instance: Supreme Court of Canada.
Societies for the collective management of copyright and related rights: ARTISTI, Canadian Society for the Representation of Artists, Canadian Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers, Re: Sound, Canadian Music Rights Agency, Canadian Copyright Agency