Ensuring vibrant and sustainable economic development is a primary role for government. Agencies, councils and government departments collaborate with industry sectors, businesses and communities to grow the economy and make nations globally competitive. To this end, the strategic focus of governments includes a focus on cluster development in areas of manufacturing, education and knowledge creation, bio-medicine and pharmaceuticals, and arts and culture. We live in a networked society. A key element for successful, innovation-led economic development lies in leveraging a network of assets to deploy the talent that is central to competitiveness and wealth creation.
OpenText solutions for Business Development have been developed around the following 5 organizations. Please choose an organization below:
|Competition Authorities||Competition benefits everyone: consumers, businesses and the economy as a whole. The Competition Authority is responsible for enforcing competition law by taking action against... more »||View details »|
|Consumer Protection||By enforcing Consumer Protection laws, governments are viewed trusted source of consumer information and reliable research... more »||View details »|
|Intellectual Property||Supporting patent applications requires complex processes, whether invention is determined by application date (as in most jurisdictions) or invention date (as in the U.S.)... more »||View details »|
|Research and Development||Federally funded Research and Development promotes the development of new products and services that can create competitive advantage in the marketplace... more »||View details »|
|Trade Promotion||Federal organizations of government are responsible for managing the political, consular and trade relationships for national interests abroad... more »||View details »|
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