This training is a collaboration between the International IP SME Helpdesks, the European IP Helpdesk and the Turkish Exporters Assembly (TIM). The training targets Turkish SMEs that are doing business with China, South-East Asia and Latin America or are planning to do so. Programme content which will be presented by trainers as follows:
WIPO has just published their usual yearly reviews on the PCT, the Madrid System and the Hague System.
These three documens comprise facts, figures and analysis on each one of the different international registration systems.
To access the PCT yearly review 2020, please refer to the following link.
To access the Madrid yearly review 2020, please refer to the following link.
Pickup’s World, Ltd. is an SME established in Dublin and founded by three industrial engineers, who shared a common passion: vehicle designing.
One of Pickup’s World’s partners, Alfred, who had worked for a leading German car manufacturer for several years, was aware of the increasing sales in pickup trucks of the company in the South American market. He was also aware of the repeated complaints received from clients in the region, especially in Argentina, about the cover for the open cargo area included at the back of trucks, deemed not secure enough.
Due Diligence is an essential tool for Intellectual Property management, either for acquiring new assets or for strategic decision-making concerning your Intellectual Property Rights. This Factsheet deals with the concept of Due Diligence, its main uses and some of the key points to be borne in mind when conducting the process.
1. What is IP due diligence?
This Factsheet gives an overview on how to protect and manage Intellectual Property assets in Uruguay with a practical approach tailored to the needs of European SMEs.
1. IPRs in Uruguay for SMEs: BACKGROUND
A. IPRs for SMEs: Why is this RELEVANT to you?
B. How does Uruguay’s IP legal framework compare to INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS?
2. IPRs in Uruguay:
The Chilean Instituto Nacional de Propiedad Industrial (INAPI) has just become a member of the Global PPH Patent Program (GPPH).
This July 2020, INAPI joined the network with the rest of the 26 members (including Colombia and Peru) of the Global PPH network. This pilot program allows applicants to benefit from an accelerated patent examination, by request, among the 27 participating offices of the GPPH.
The Brazilian National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) has just released new biotechnology patent application examination guidelines.
This document is the result of the Public Consultation 01/2019. that complies and analyzes the comments and suggestions received from twenty organizations linked to this topic.
Modern IP management is the key success factor to create and protect new business models in the digitisation. Here, an understanding of the practical use of intellectual property (IP) in concrete business models is crucial. Understanding this the development of a new IP strategy or the valuation of existing IP becomes feasible for SMEs.
An IP strategy for the digital challenges: IP offers you as an SME the opportunity to assert yourself in digitally transforming business ecosystems, to secure your own profitable position and to create added value with innovations.