The Latin American Healthcare market is growing in the pharmaceutical industry as well as in medical equipment, devices and consumables. For the year 2018, healthcare spending in Latin America is estimated at 7.20% of GDP.
GIS – Gestão Integrada de Seguros, is a Portugal-based SME with more than 30 years of experience in the development and commercialization of software products for the insurance market. GIS enjoys a well-established commercial and implementation network which extends to Spain, France, Poland and Portuguese-speaking African countries.
Attracted by Latin America as a key market for its software products and services, GIS decided to expand its business to Mexico and Brazil, by means of local partnership.
Technological cooperation between Europe and Latin America has intensified over the past years. The European Commission has stimulated cooperation through various initiatives such as the participation in EC founded projects or the opening of European Enterprises Network offices in Latin America countries.
A young group of Dutch researchers created a start- up “LinkBro” within the field of telecommunications. The core of its business was devoted to a new mobile payment technology, registered in the Netherlands under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT).
After attending a technological fair in Latin America, the EU company received a generous purchase offer from a Chilean company and licensing requests from Colombia regarding the promoted technology.
Die Anzahl der Technologiekooperationen zwischen Europa und Lateinamerika ist in den letzten Jahren angestiegen. Die Europäische Kommission hat Kooperationen durch verschiedene Initiativen verstärkt, wie die Teilnahme an Projekten oder die Gründung von Geschäftsstellen des Europäischen Enterprise Networks in Lateinamerika.
A French Pharmaceutical company signed a joint-venture agreement for 10 years with a Brazilian company and included an arbitration clause.
Biotechnology research and development company with a global operations outreach.