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25.03.2014
The Romanian office is the sixteenth office to become part of DesignView, joining Portugal, Benelux, Estonia, Spain,Greece-OBI, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Latvia, Slovenia, Sweden,Lithuania, Czech Republic, France, Malta and OHIM. Approximately 41,000 Romanian designs are now available online in DesignView, bringing the total number of designs available in the tool to more than 2 million.
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28.08.2015

Hungary joins

   As of 12 February 2015, the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office (HIPO) has made its design data available to the DesignView search tool.
   The integration of the HIPO is a concrete result of the Cooperation Fund Programme managed by OHIM in collaboration with its European partners.
   This last extension brings the total number of offices participating in DesignView to 26. Besides Hungary these are: Austria, Bulgaria, Benelux, Czech Republic, Estonia, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Ireland, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovenia, Slovakia, Cyprus, Denmark and the OHIM. The total number of countries on-board also includes incorporations of non-EU offices: South Korea, Mexico, Morocco, Norway and Russia. With the addition of almost 13.000 Hungarian designs, DesignView now provides information and access to more than 3,6 million designs in total.
   Since the introduction of DesignView in November 2012, the tool has served more than 834.000 searches from 135 different countries, with users from Germany, Spain, the UK and France among the most frequent visitors.
    You can find out more at https://www.tmdn.org/tmdsview-web/welcome.


15.12.2014

The Republic of Korea and Ireland join

    As of 15 December 2014, the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) and the Irish Patents Office (IPO) have made their design data available to the Designview search tool.
    The integration of IPO is a concrete result of the Cooperation Fund programme managed by OHIM in collaboration with its European partners.
    The incorporation of KIPO is due to the efforts of the International Cooperation programme managed by OHIM in collaboration with its international partners.
    With KIPO and IPO on-board, there are now 26 participating offices in Designview. And with the addition of more than 840,000 Korean designs and almost 2.000 Irish designs, Designview now provides information and access to about 3,6 million designs in total.
    Since the introduction of Designview on 19 November 2012, the tool has served more than 800.000 searches from 135 different countries, with users from Spain, Germany and the UK among the most frequent visitors.
    You can find out more at https://www.tmdn.org/tmdsview-web/welcome.


09.12.2014

Austria joins

   As of 09 December 2014, the Austrian Patent Office (ÖPA) has made its design data available to the DesignView search tool.
   The integration of the ÖPA is a concrete result of the Cooperation Fund Programme managed by OHIM in collaboration with its European partners.
    This last extension brings the total number of offices participating in DesignView to 24. Besides Austria these are: Bulgaria, Benelux, Czech Republic, Estonia, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovenia, Slovakia, Cyprus, Denmark and the OHIM. The total number of countries on-board also includes 4 recent incorporations of non-EU offices: Mexico, Morocco, Norway and Russia. With the addition of more than 70.000 Austrian designs, DesignView now provides information and access to more than 2,7 million designs in total.
   Since the introduction of DesignView in November 2012, the tool has served more than 783.000 searches from 135 different countries, with users from Germany, Spain, the UK and France among the most frequent visitors.
    You can find out more at https://www.tmdn.org/tmdsview-web/welcome.


08.12.2014

Denmark, Mexico, Morocco, Norway and the Russia Federation join

   As of 08 December 2014, the Danish Patent and Trademark Office (DKPTO), the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI), the Moroccan Industrial and Commercial Property Office (OMPIC), the Norwegian Industrial Property Office (NIPO) and the Federal Service for Intellectual Property of Russia (Rospatent) have made their design data available to the Designview search tool.
    The integration of DKPTO is a concrete result of the Cooperation Fund programme managed by OHIM in collaboration with its European partners.
    The incorporations of IMPI, OMPIC, NIPO and Rospatent are due to the efforts of the International Cooperation programme managed by OHIM in collaboration with its international partners. At the same time these four offices mark the integrations of the first non-EU offices in Designview.
    With DKPTO, IMPI, OMPIC, NIPO and Rospatent on-board, there are now 23 participating offices in Designview. And with the addition of about 27.000 Danish designs, nearly 50.000 Moroccan designs, more than 27.000 Mexican designs, almost 26.000 Norwegian designs and more than 55.000 Russian designs, Designview now provides information and access to almost 2,7 million designs in total.
    Since the introduction of Designview on 19 November 2012, the tool has served nearly 783.000 searches from 135 different countries, with users from Spain, Germany and the UK among the most frequent visitors.
    You can find out more at https://www.tmdn.org/tmdsview-web/welcome.




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