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.
Smart technologies sector is developing rapidly in both China and South-East Asia, thus offering many promising opportunities for European SMES. IP however, is a critical consideration for European SMEs that come to China and South-East Asian, wishing to tap into the market potential for business growth, or the talent pool for technology development. When engaging in R&D in China or South-East Asia, new IP is being created, the rights to which need to be clearly defined from the outset to avoid disagreements later on. Similarly, when SMEs are bringing new technology to China and South-East Asia, it is definitely smart to consider all means to protect their valuable IP. This webinar gave European SMEs an overview of IP protection tools in China and South-East Asia. The expert provided real life case studies involving European SMEs experiencing and overcoming IP issues in the smart technologies sector.
*Due to technical reasons the full recording is not available.
Held in collaboration with EuroCham Vietnam's Green Growth Sector Committee, this Webinar outlines the basics for European SMEs who wish to expand their business in Vietnam's Green Building sector. As Vietnam's economy is quickly developing, a demand for more sustainable alternatives to construction projects is simultaneously growing. This webinar provides you with insight on both sector-specifics as well as intellectual property right protection.
The webinar will provided practical advice to SMEs on how to safely operate in the automotive industry in China and South-East Asia. The expert provided a comprehensive overview of different IP protection tools in China and South-East Asia and offer some tips on how to build a comprehensive IP strategy for both regions. Practical case studies were presented throughout the webinar.
* The utility model in Taiwan is valid for 10 years from the filing date instead of 6 as mentioned in the presentation.
The webinar provided practical advice to European SMEs on how to safely operate their online business in China and South-East Asia. The expert provided an overview of online IP protection tools, like website take down procedures in China and South-East Asia and offered some tips on how to build a comprehensive IP strategy for both regions. Practical case studies, involving European SMEs were presented throughout the webinar.
Join the South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk and the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center Singapore Office for a Webinar titled An introduction to the WIPO Center services and Mechanics for Mediation for EU SMEs. In paticular, our guest-presenter Olivier Marquais focuses on the objective of WIPO Center to enable private parties to solve/settle domestic and cross border disputes in a time- and cost-efficient confidential manner, the administrative and procedural role of the WIPO Center in handling cases, and the types and advantages of the mechanisms offered by the Center.