Through contributions from experts within the IP field and the project team members, the South-East Asia IP SME Helpdesk blog discusses IP developments in South-east Asia and how these affect European companies. We provide practical information on how you can develop your business’ IP strategy with simple, cost-effective measures.
Over recent decades, counterfeiting has been causing serious harm, not only to the global economy but also to consumer health and safety. The huge, quickly generated profits made from illicit trading (comprising counterfeiting activities) has encouraged counterfeiters to find new ways to evade the..
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play a pivotal role in driving economic growth across the globe, stimulating development, innovation, and competitiveness. According to the World Bank, in emerging markets SMEs generate 7 out of 10 jobs and contribute up to 40 % of national income.
Trade marks (brands) represent one of the principal assets of a company. Trade mark is crucial to your success because it allows clients and consumers to easily identify and find products and services. Protection comes with a price, and startups and SMEs often have limited budgets.
Le Vietnam est une économie florissante avec un PIB de 340,821 milliards USD - le pays se place en quatrième position en Asie du Sud-Est...
Vietnam is a thriving economy with a GDP of USD 340.821 billion – the fourth biggest in South-East Asia (after Indonesia, Thailand, and the Phili...
The South-East Asian region consists of 10 countries with a combined GDP of USD 3 trillion (the 5th largest in the world) and a population of...
Due to the social distancing measures imposed during the Covid-19 pandemic, people are massively relying on the internet for both their work and...
In 2005, when eBay Inc. started promoting their services online in Vietnam, they found that the domain name ebay.com.vn
If you heard about a threat that had already caused a loss of EUR 60 billion in economic growth and almost 289 000 jobs in Europe alone
The global economy has recently witnessed unprecedented blows due to the US–China trade war and COVID-19.
In these changing times, we all need to find the time to prepare for the future and draft our strategy for success.
The COVID-19 pandemic hitting the entire world has provided big challenges for 2020.
According to an update from the World Health Organization (WHO), by 15 April 2020 the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) had already infected 1 918 138
Singapore and the EU are key trading partners. The EU is Singapore’s third-largest trading partner in goods, accounting for 10 % of its total trade
The South-East Asian internet economy has witnessed a striking increase
The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) has implemented a new artificial intelligence solution to allows its users to carry out image