Helpdesk webinars feature a presentation and Q&A session with an ASEAN intellectual property and business expert. Click below to listen to the recordings of our previous webinars and learn more our upcoming ones.
Indonesia makes up of the world's fourth largest population, providing a huge domestic market of 260 million people who are young, tech-savvy with increasing disposable income. To successfully thrive in this potential market, businesses need to understand the holistic approach to protect their intellectual property, especially Patent.
Experts Ms. Marta Bettinazzi, our IP Business Advisor, and Mr. Andrew Diamond, External Expert of the SEA IPR SME Helpdesk, present on patent-related issues and give tips and recommendations on patent protection in the Indonesian market.
The South-east Asia IPR SME Helpdesk collaborated with the BELS+ project, funded by the European GNSS Agency under the European Union’s Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, under grant agreement no. 776369, to organize a webinar on Intellectual Property Rights related to South-East Asia addressed to companies participating in the BELS+ project or interested in business with South-East Asia in the field of GNSS. To establish new business relations in South-East Asia, it is essential to learn key insights on Intellectual Property (IP) assets such as Trademarks, Patents, copyrights, etc.
Although the fashion, design and textile industries were initially developed in Europe and the United – States, these days it is an international and highly globalized sector, with garments often designed in one country, manufactured in another and then sold worldwide. Against this backdrop, emerging Asian countries are playing a key role in the production chain and as potential consumer markets. China and South – East Asia markets present both opportunities as manufacturing hubs and as maturing consumer markets but also some risks, as potential source of counterfeit merchandise. Thus, there are numerous opportunities for European businesses to benefit from these thriving markets. However, preventive steps must be taken to meet the intellectual property challenges that might occur when operating in these countries.
What would you do if you know someone is using your Intellectual Properties (IP) without your authorization?
Will you take actions to enforce it, or risk losing one of your most important business assets? Noting that the South-East Asia region is a strong global manufacturing hub and a dynamic growing consumer market, it is not unusual for companies to encounter locally or regionally produced counterfeit goods and other IP infringement cases.
This webinar explores different enforcement options available in South-East Asia. Our esteemed speaker from IPKey/ARISE+ IPR provides insights on new procedures and best practices they are developing with the local authorities in terms of IP enforcement. Furthermore, you will be provided with practical case studies and key take-away messages by our External IPR expert speaker in order to best serve your needs for IP enforcement in the region.
On 14 January 2019, Vietnam became the seventh country to ratify the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). After going live, the new agreement has brought about a number of substantial changes to Vietnam’s Intellectual Property landscape, some of which took immediate effect on 14 January 2019. It concerns trade marks, patents for domain names, and IP enforcementand other topics.
How do these changes affect businesses?