The International Trade Mark Association (INTA) and the Inter-American Association of Intellectual Property (ASIPI) issued their second report on the economic impact of registered trade marks on the economies of 10 Latin American countries. The first report published in 2016 focused on Colombia, Chile, Panama, Peru and Mexico. For this second edition were added the following five: Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Guatemala and the Dominican Republic.
The type of IP protection in Chile is very similar to that in Europe. Still, some differences do exist as regards the duration, geographical extent, and basic protection requirements.
Find the most relevant relevant information concerning Trade Secrets in Latin America at a glance. Special focus has been placed on Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.
BLISSAKKO is a French SME active in the field of healthy living created by Lucas, a French lifestyle coach, and Juan, a Spanish entrepreneur.
Did you know that Argentinian businesses invoice over €900 million annually? And that Biotech patent applications may require additional filing requirement in Latin America? Check out this infographic to know more on how to protect your innovations in this field.
This Factsheet gives an overview on how to protect and manage Intellectual Property assets in Chile with a practical approach tailored to the needs of European SMEs.
Chilean wine history began, long ago, with the arrival of Spanish conquerors. Nowadays Chile is considered as one of the best producers of wines and spirits. According to the most recent OIV (International Organization of Wine and Vine), Chile ranked number 9 in overall grape production, number 8th in Wine production and is the number 4 exporter worlwide. here you can find information on IPRs related to Wine production as well as some good practices to adopt when entering the Wine industry in Chile.
Flonder, a Spanish SME that created a product delivery app, was planning to expand to Chile, Colombia, Brazil, Mexico and Peru at the lowest cost.
The Spanish company decided to enter in the Latin American region by collaborating with a local partner. Negotiations with a Chilean company went well and they agreed on sharing the distributors channels and, thus, publicly announced that Flonder would start operating in the Latin American country on the 15th of September, for which a series of promotional events were organized.