Time: 15.00h Brussels time (10:00 Rio de Janeiro time)
The webinar 'Intellectual Property Rights for EU SMEs in Brazil' aims to give an overview about the current situation as regards Intellectual Property Rights and Innovation as well as to provide practical information about the registration and enforcement of the main IPRs in Brazil.
About the Speaker
Natalia Barzilai is a lawyer with a Master’s degree in Intellectual Property Law from the University of Alicante, with strong expertise in Litigation, especially in matters related to Trademarks, Patents and Unfair Competition.
She is also Executive Secretary of the Dannemann Siemsen Institute for Legal and Technical Studies, where she coordinates the Latin America Intellectual Property Helpdesk project for small and medium-size companies.
About the webinars
The Latin America IPR SME Helpdesk webinars are business-oriented, online trainings, which could be attended from any internet-connected place. This free-of-charge events are conducted by top professionals that know exactly what an SME needs to know to improve its business strategy regarding IP registration and enforcement in the Latin America region.
Join our next webinars and get in contact with same-interests companies or have a look at our past webinars and do not miss the chance to harness from others' real-life cases.
Additionally, if you would like to have a webinar on a specific topic that may be of help for your SME, do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail. Your opinion and suggestions are very important to us!
Latin America IPR SME Helpdesk:
Latin America IPR SME Helpdesks is a European Union co-funded project that provides European SMEs with free, practical, business advice relating to IPR in Latin America. To learn about any aspect of intellectual property rights, visit our online portal at https://www.ipr-hub.eu/. For free expert advice on Latin America IPR for your business, e-mail your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a reply from one of the Helpdesk experts within three working days.