Valencia, Spain - IV Congreso Go Global

IV edition of the Go Global Congress will the place on November 19th and 20th in Feria Valencia. This event is the reference of the Valencian Community for SMEs willing to internationalize their products and services.

Our IP experts will participate in this event, with a training session entitled "Intellectual property abroad: key mechanisms to protect your business in Latin America, China and Southeast Asia".

Helsinki, Finland - SME Assembly

The SME assembly is the most significant event for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Europe. The conference takes place once a year during the European SME week. Together with the network of SME envoys, the assembly creates the governance structure of the small business act.

The International IPR SME Helpdesks will be present during the event with a dedicated booth to introduce participants to the free Helpdesks services.

Brussels, Belgium - Boosting Innovation through Standards

This high-level 1-day event aims to boost the market uptake of innovation and research outcomes by using standardization as an enabler. Leading experts in innovation and standardization will present their experiences in linking the two worlds and highlighting how each one is benefiting from the other.

Thematic parallel sessions will allow detailed insight into the various aspects of standardization for:

Brussels, Belgium - Smart intellectual property for a competitive Europe

On 14 November 2019 the European Commission with the Finnish Presidency of the Council of the EU and the Committee of the Regions organises the one-day conference "Innovative, collaborative, regional: Smart intellectual property for a competitive Europe" in Brussels to explore how the EU and its regions can help SMEs to become more competitive and grow through the smart use of IP.

IP in the Fashion Industry

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Although IPRs tend to be associated to technological industries, companies operating in the fashion and related industries also benefit from them. IPR protection is the cornerstone to fight against piracy and counterfeiting, preventing free riding of your commercial and innovative efforts.

Protecting your IP in the Biotechnology sector

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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.