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  • General publications
  • European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency

Embark on a strategic journey into new markets with our Guide to 'Top 20 IP considerations when entering a new market'. The guide equips businesses with essential insights for protecting their IP and maximising their success in South-East Asia.

  • General publications
  • European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency

The ‘Madrid system for the international registration of trade marks’ is a cost-effective solution for registering trade marks worldwide. The system is administered by the International Bureau of the WIPO and allows trade mark owners to protect their marks in several countries.

  • General publications
  • European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency

This guide provides an overview of Intellectual Property (IP) protection strategy for EU SMEs specifically on how to be ready before, during and after a trade fair or exhibition in China, South-East Asia and Latin-America.

  • General publications
  • European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency

The "Madrid System for the international registration of trademarks" is a cost-effective solution for registering a trade mark in several countries at the same time. This guide provides an overview of how EU SMEs can make use of this system to secure trade mark protection in China, Sout-East Asia..

  • General publications
  • European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency

Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to the use of computer systems to perform intelligence-based tasks. AI has many applications including systems for playing games such as chess and go; recommendation systems for suggesting items and search engines, among others

  • General publications
  • European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency

The term ‘smart city’ describes a framework, predominantly composed of information and communication technologies (ICT), that seeks to gather and organise data from multiple sources to enable the more efficient and sustainable management of an urban area.

  • General publications
  • European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency

Piracy, counterfeiting, infringement, copying, stealing, reproducing, replicating, call it any name you want, this is one of those crimes every successful business fears. The ramifications can be significantly detrimental and costly to the survival of businesses.

  • General publications
  • European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency

Patents are a common type of intellectual property that are relevant to various industries, not only for technology intense industry, patents are also present in the medical device and healthcare industries, green industries, machineries, food processing, textile and smart cities.