Tell WIPO What You Think! 03/02/2012 by Intellectual Property Watch Leave a Comment Print This Post The World Intellectual Property Organization has launched a survey of stakeholder perceptions and expectations of the UN agency. Geneva-based WIPO provides a range of services in overseeing numerous intellectual property-related instruments and is the central location for global discussions of IP policy and law. As a UN body, it is driven by its nearly 200 member states. But it has many other stakeholders who use its services or are affected by its activities. WIPO “seeks to deliver high quality services and fully engage with all its stakeholders,” it said in a release today. “In an effort to better understand our stakeholders’ expectations and perceptions, and to evaluate and improve our external communications, we are carrying out a perceptions survey.” The survey is being conducted by an outside research firm. Access the survey here. Related Articles: WIPO Reports Another Record In Cybersquatting Disputes In 2012 Let The WIPO Dialogues Begin! Fire At WIPO Premises Forces Two-Day Shutdown "Tell WIPO What You Think!" by Intellectual Property Watch is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.