Awapatent’s client InviSense wins Sweden’s biggest invention prize

Last Thursday, Awapatent's client InviSense AB http://invisense.se was awarded the biggest invention prize in Sweden, SKAPA. The company develops and sells an extremely thin humidity sensor label with a wireless measuring of the relative humidity inside building constructions.

Awapatent is a proud IP advisor to InviSense. Ole Bokinge, European Patent Attorney http://www.awapatent.com/en/our_people/bokinge-ole, Ulf Willquist, European Trademark Attorney http://www.awapatent.com/en/our_people/willquist-ulf, and Fredrik Lannemyr, European Patent Attorney http://www.awapatent.com/en/our_people/lannemyr-fredrik from Awapatent's offices in Linköping and Jönköping have supported them with all patent, design and trademark matters.

Another successful Awapatent client was awarded in the category "Young Inventors", Emelie Rengart, who has invented a strong, edible decoration glue. Sofia Willquist, http://www.awapatent.com/en/our_people/willquist-sofia, European Patent Attorney in Linköping, has advised her in the patent matters.

The foundation SKAPA http://stiftelsenskapa.se was started in 1985 in honor of Alfred Nobel and handed out its first prize in 1986. Behind the foundation is the Stockholm Fairs and the Swedish Inventory Association, supported by Almi Företagspartner AB, VINNOVA and Agne Johansson's Memorial Fund.