Sandra Mau wins 2018 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Award

07 Aug, 2018

 

This morning, TrademarkVision founder, CEO and fearless leader, Sandra Mau, was presented the 2018 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Award at the Outstanding Alumni Awards Breakfast Ceremony. This Outstanding Alumni Award recognizes those who have displayed “exceptional professional, academic or research achievements and contributions to the community.”

 

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With over 10 years experience in productizing research and development, Sandra has been an integral part of the tech community, offering her expertise on multiple forums and government projects to advance technologies. Sandra sits on INTA's Design Rights Committee as an industry leader and advisor and was the Founding Chair of IEEE QLD Women in Engineering. She has spoken at several Women in Leadership forums, and is listed as one of Australia's Top 50 Female Programmers by Pollenizer 2014, and one of Australia's Top 100 Most Influential Engineers by Engineers Australia 2015.

 

Sandra and the team made extraordinary impact on the intellectual property industry in 2013 with the release of TrademarkVision, the world’s first visual search for trademarks using proprietary image recognition technology. Following multiple government partnerships, TrademarkVision powered the European Union IP Office’s visual search for industrial designs in 2017 and released DesignVision in May 2018, another world first technology set to revolutionalize brand protection. Trusted by governments and large corporate clients including IBM, Warner Bros. & Facebook, TrademarkVision has expanded across the US and Australia continuing to innovate and help brands protect their IP.

 

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The team at TrademarkVision are incredibly proud of Sandra’s achievements and continually inspired by her dedication to improve industry processes and the community as a whole. Congratulations Sandra!

 

 

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