About this event
The company’s digitization processes are a journey into the unknown, and the difficulties of navigating the learning curve threaten to postpone the process until what is important becomes urgent.
However, bridging the digital divide is essential today for European SMEs, and doing it correctly is key.
Join our webinar, organized by CEIPI IP business academy, the EU-Japan Technology Transfer Helpdesk and the International IP SME Helpdesk, and walk with us the path that a company followed to digitize its business safely, thanks to a correct identification of the Intellectual Property-related aspects (i.e. software, design, and -mainly- patents), including how to avoid infringing the Rights of others and protect your innovation to get the most out of it.
From the hand of our experts in Latin America, China, India, Japan and South-east Asia, also discover how to apply it to these territories, knowing the most relevant particularities.
|10:00 – 10:05||Welcome|
|10:05 – 10:20||
What do we do
|10:20 – 10:50||
Case Study: IP in the 4th industrial revolution: the role of IP in the digitalisation process of a traditional company.
With Prof. Dr. Alexander Wurzer
|10:50 – 11:20||
Panel discussion: Local approach in an international context focused on Latin America, India, China, South-East Asia and Japan.
With Matías Zubimendi, Benoit Tardy, Girish Somwarpet, Tobias Denk and Sarvajit Patil
|11:20 – 11:30||Q&A|
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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.
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
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