Date: Thursday, September 5, 2019
Event type: Webinar
Time: 14.00h Brussels time
Admission: Free (registration required here http://bit.ly/2wR5LXD)
Event description: The Space2IDGO (Space Clusters International Industrial Diversification) project and the Latin America IPR SME Helpdesk are organizing on the 5th of September a webinar on “Doing Business in Colombia and Chile, the Role of Intellectual Property”.
This Webinar will provide a comprehensive and updated picture on how EU SMEs may benefit from Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) as intangible assets in Colombia and Chile.
Participants will learn:
- to turn those innovative ideas from their business such as creative designs, inventions and other actives into valuable business assets.
- to understand what is the situation of IP in Colombia and Chile, and what are the main differences in comparison with Europe
Any queries that the EU companies might have during the session shall be answered by our IP experts during the training session.
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 http://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.
SPACE2IDGO is a fast-track internationalization project co-funded by the European Union’s COSME Programme (2014-2020) to boost European space service providers and application developers’ access beyond Europe. The project brings together 9 European clusters with the aim to implement the international business development action plan defined during the Space Clusters International Industrial Diversification project.
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