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IP in Latin America in the cleantech sector: how to identify your IP exploit your creations

About this event

Renewable Energies have experienced a relevant increase within the last two decades and Latin America countries are placing great expectation in non-conventional energy sources at short, medium and long term. In fact, EU SMEs interested in these industries have in Brazil, Mexico or Colombia some of their main destination countries, as the Latin American countries represents a huge market full of potential clients for EU companies that are willing to go international.

In this regard, Intellectual Property is a powerful tool to benefit from your company's intangible assets. In fact, compared to tangible assets, intangible assets protected by Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) offer a wider range of options when it comes to exploitation. Besides the manufacture and commercialisation of the product or services, owners may choose other means to profit from their creations.

Join the Latin America IP SME Helpdesk, Innowwide and Enrich in LAC if you want to learn more about the main IPR needed to succeed in the cleantech sector, the advantages and possibilities derived from a right management of your IP Rights in Chile, Mexico, Peru, Colombia and Argentina; and how can you benefit from the European innovation & business network in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as what can these initiatives do to assist you.

EU SMEs interested in knowing more about IP exploitation and its particularities in these countries will have the chance to have a view on the following main questions:

  • Main aspects to start exploiting your creations safely (IPR to bear in mind)
  • Costs for IPR registration
  • Exploitation strategies and additional benefits of an IP portfolio
  • Most relevant IP exploitation regimes: from licenses to subsidiaries
  • Particularities of Latin American countries
  • Main IP clauses to include in license agreements

Moreover, any queries that the EU companies might have, shall be answered by the experts during the training session.

Questions?

Should you have any question, please email us to helpline@latinamerica-ipr-helpdesk.eu. You will receive a reply from one of the Helpdesk experts within three working days.

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Hosted by

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    Chiara Davalli Senior Project Leader @ INNOWWIDE

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    Latin America IP SME Helpdesk

    The Latin America IP SME Helpdesk offers first-line support on Intellectual Property and IP rights matters to facilitate the expansion of EU/COSME SMEs that operate or intend to access the Latin American market.

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    Giovanna Girardi

  • Team member
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    César E. Fernández IP Consultant @ Latin America IPR SME Helpdesk

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    Katrin Singer Research Associate @ Fraunhofer IPK Project Office Brazil

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    Markus Will Head @ Fraunhofer IPK Project Office Brazil

Latin America IP SME Helpdesk

Intellectual property webinars for SMEs doing business in Latin America

The Helpdesk provides free, expert and confidential IP advice on trademarks, patents, designs and copyright in Latin America. It also provides training and webinars on how to manage Intellectual Property Rights in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, among other LATAM countries