Brazilian Priority Patent Applications grow in 2020 thanks to the PPH

INPI Brazil has already received 983 priority patent applications, already more than the 955 received during the entire 2019 year. 

This growth comes mainly from the Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) applications. The increase from 268 PPH applications in 2019 to 340 by October 2020 can be explained because the PPH started to accept patent processes in any technological field.

The PPH allow users to take advantage of an effective reduction in patent pendency, by shortening the examination process.

Virtual Event - Circular Economy B2B Northern States of Mexico

The Circular Economy Forum (CEF) to the Northern States of Mexico is an initiative of the European Union, represented by the European Union Delegation to Mexico. It counts with the active collaboration of the Mexican Employers' Confederation (COPARMEX) Delegation Chihuahua.

The event platform allows the organization of B2B meetings between Mexican and European companies.

The Latin America IPR SME Helpdesk expert will meet you there and provide you information on how to protect your intellectual property rights in Mexico.

Sweden Brazil Innovation Initiative - Focus on IPR

Sweden Brazil Innovation Initiative (SBII) is a collaboration between Sweden and Brazil with the aim of increasing innovation collaborations between industry and research organizations in the two countries. As a part of this collaboration, there is an open call at Vinnova, together with Brazilian EMBRAPII, to fund a number of innovation projects in the following focus areas: health, smart cities, bioeconomy and mining.

MWC Brokerage Event 2020

The Mobile World Congress - MWC is the largest mobile event in the world, gathering more than 100,000 attendees working in the filed of innovation, leading -edge technology and intelligent connectivity. During the congress ACCIÓ organises a brokerage event, a B2B matchmaking that allows participants to identify potential international partners for future cooperation projects.

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: