Protect your innovations

Do you want to patent your invention? IpIpIp provides its experts, its 100% transparent pricing and its simplified approach to meet your needs.

Why file a patent?

protect your inventions from competitors

Protecting your invention means having a monopoly on its exploitation and preventing a competitor from patenting the same idea.

Convince investors

Patenting your ideas reassures investors and facilitates fundraising, especially internationally.

to deploy internationally

Prepare for the international growth of your business by protecting yourself against copies from your target countries.

What is the patent filing process?

1. Is my idea patentable?

To find out if your idea is patentable, IpIpIp offers you a quick and free answer to this quizz .

2. Did other people get my idea?

Before filing your patent, it is important to do a prior art search to verify that no one had the idea before you. IpIpIp can take care of the prior art search for you.

3. Call in an expert

The patent is a complex legal document, and its drafting requires the intervention of an expert to ensure that the patent application is accepted. A first one-hour interview will allow you to contact your IPipIP expert and present your invention. He will then take care of drafting the patent that will best protect your invention.

4. My file is submitted to the INPI

You or your expert collects the various elements of the file (the patent, the request for grant, the designation of the inventor, etc.) and sends them to the INPI.

5. My file is validated by the INPI

The INPI will examine the application and draw up a search report to assess its patentability. At the end of this procedure, which takes an average of 12 months, the patent is published and then granted.

6. Monitoring, international expansion

Once the patent has been filed, a technological watch must be maintained in order to monitor similar patent applications and be able to challenge them. You can also choose to extend your patent internationally.

A tailor-made or online service

To protect your invention you can file a patent application with the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI).

However, the application file is very complex, and it requires the use of precise legal language to have any chances of being accepted.

To assist you in setting up your file, IPipIP offers several options, specially developed for start-ups and SMEs.




€ excl.

with INPI taxes from € 273 excl.

Interview with one of our experts

Drafting of your patent

Realization of technical drawings

Preparation of deposit items

Filing and follow-up of the file for 3 years




€ excl.

plus INPI taxes from € 273 excl.

Pre-fill a detailed form

Drafting of your patent

Realization of technical drawings

Preparation of deposit items

Filing and follow-up of the file for 3 years

The strengths of IpIpIp

You have a question?


Certain types of inventions (few in fact) are not patentable, for example business methods. Whew,a simple questionnaire (free) allows you here to check if you are in the green to file a patent or not.

If you have any doubts about the existence of existing patents on the same subject as your invention, and you don’t sleep anymore at night, IPipIP is here to make you sleepy. This is why we offera search for prior art (699 .excl) in the databases to send you in electronic format the patents relating to the field of your invention.

On the IPipIP side, depending on the complexity of your subject, the drafting of the patent takes between 15 days and 2 months. On the INPI side, the procedure is longer, and it takes between 20 and 30 months before the patent is granted. During this period you can extend your patent to other countries by benefiting from the right of priority for 18 months.

The patent is a complex document which requires a good legal knowledge. We advise you for a first filing to call on our experts and then if you wish to complete the document online from the second patent filing.

40 experts at your service: engineers, doctors, lawyers and jurists

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Vous avez une idée d'invention ?

Bravo !

Mais êtes vous sûr qu’elle peut faire l’objet d’un brevet ?

Pour être brevetable une idée doit correspondre à une solution technique, et pas juste à un concept.

Elle doit aussi être nouvelle et inventive, et donc ne correspondre à rien de ce qui a été commercialisé ou même divulgué par le passé.

Vous avez un doute ?