Listen to bite-size Helpdesk podcasts for practical tips on protecting and expanding your business in ASEAN; typically only 5 minutes long, our podcasts feature expert advice on intellectual property issues and their solutions.
South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk colleague’s Maria and Mitchel will tell you everything about the role of intellectual property rights for technologies and software related to Disaster Risk Reduction in South-East Asia: because protecting lives and protecting your IPR are not mutually exclusive! So join us for the next five minutes and find out how to best protect your products in this sector.
At the forefront of Smart City solutions, this audio podcast will look into IPR protection for mobility and infrastructure developments in Singapore and Malaysia. Within five minutes, South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk coworkers Jay and Mitchel will not only discuss how this sector is developing, but also how EU SMEs can best protect their products in these markets.
For this Smart City Series podcast, the Helpdesk will look into the Waste Management Sector in China, Indonesia and the Philippines. Known for its numerous cities with multi-million populations, these three countries are plagued by the waste these cities produce. In the case of Indonesia and the Philippines specifically, population growth and urbanization rates only threaten to worsen this problem in the next decade. China deals with its own set of problems, as alternatives to waste incineration could play a central role in pollution reduction. As all three countries have opened up this sector to FDI, European SMEs active in urban waste management should not forget to protect their IPR like patents or trade-secrets. And this is where we step in – make sure to follow check it out.
For our new series, the South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk will tackle issues related to Smart Cities and why European SMEs should be aware of their IP rights. For this podcast, we delve into the world of the E-commerce sector in South-East Asia, a highly innovative sector heavily reliant on technology. All the more reasons to protect your intellectual property!
For this podcast, the Helpdesk will explore the Service Sector in both China and South-East Asia in relation to IPR developments. In the span of five minutes, you will learn more on how this sector has developed in both regions, as well as how to best protect your IP when expanding your business in the Service Sector. So tune in and enjoy!
For this podcast, the Helpdesk will delve into the ICT Sector in Singapore & Thailand and how IPR relates to this. They discuss opportunities in both sectors and provide information on how to best protect your IP. So make sure to tune in!
In this podcast the Helpdesk colleagues Marianne and Jesper are discussing how sports landscape and relevant IP rights developed in the light of Rio Olympics. Also, they explain how athletes themselves are turned into trademarks which serves as a good example on the profits that IP rights can generate. Finally, they explain the importance of properly signed agreements on IP rights ownership and IP licensing. Tune in!
In this podcast the Helpdesk colleagues Marianne and Paula are explaining why and how properly protected industrial designs make an SME more competitive. They explain the specifics of design protection in Singapore and Indonesia, and shed light on a how copyright provides supplementary, less expensive and faster way of protection. Tune in!
In this podcast the Helpdesk colleagues Marianne and Jesper are explaining how IP rights can be protected in the entertainment sector and more specifically in the Christmas industry. They explain why the trademarks need to be distinctive to be granted protection, how the image of Santa Claus is protected by copyright and when the first sleigh was granted a design patent. Happy holidays and tune in!
In this podcast the Helpdesk colleagues Marianne and Jesper are discussing intellectual assets’ protection related to Green Technologies in the ASEAN region. The podcast elaborates on the latest green tech developments in Singapore and Malaysia and provides key IP tips for EU SMEs that are complemented by a best practice example from Thailand. Tune in!