Helpdesk webinars feature a presentation and Q&A session with a CHINA intellectual property and business expert. Click below to listen to the recordings of our previous webinars and learn more our upcoming ones.
The Italy – China National Program for Research and Innovation is a program coordinated by Citta della Scienza and promoted by the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research Centers in collaboration with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the National Research Council, Confindustria and the Italian Entrepreneurship Association. In the framework of this program, a mission to South – East China (Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Xiamen, Shaoming) has been organized for Italian startups in the field of intelligent equipment and digital economy.
In line with this mission, the China IPR SME Helpdesk collaborated with Casa China Citta della Scienza to organize a 1 hour webinar.
Protecting your Intellectual Property is instrumental in establishing your business in a new market. Whereas copyrights, patents and trademarks are usually well known, the protection of trade secrets is very often neglected, even though trade secrets are a valuable and useful way to protect a company's competitive advantage on the Chinese market. Effective trade secrets protection will require companies to prove that they took reasonable steps to keep their crown jewels secret. Failing to do so simply deprives a company of its ability to enforce its trade secrets rights. Implementing a trade secrets protection action plan is, therefore, a must for any innovative business active in China.
The China IPR SME Helpdesk in collaboration with AWEX; Kaunas Chamber of Commerce Industry and Crafts; Istanbul Chamber of Commerce and Republican Confederation of Entrepreneurship organized a one-hour webinar presentation entitled 'Doing business in China and the importance of trade secrets.
Technology-intensive industries in China and in South-East Asia continue to experience rapid growth led by constant innovation. There are clear opportunities for European businesses to profit from these booming markets, but precautionary steps must be taken to meet the challenges that China and South-East Asia pose. The webinar provided practical advice to SMEs on how to safely operate in China and South-East Asia. The expert provided an overview of online 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 have been presented throughout the webinar.
In collaboration with the Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) and the China IPR SME Helpdesk, our new webinar aimed to give a detailed overview to European SMEs on how they can best protect their intellectual property in the Chinese food and beverage industry. The expert provided practical information regarding the IP landscape in China. SMEs also received expert tips and watch – outs to bear in mind before, during and after entering the Chinese market. During the Q&A session, the expert provided answers to SMEs questions.
The ICT industry in China and in South-East Asia continues to experience rapid growth led by innovation. There are clear opportunities for European businesses to profit from these booming markets, but precautionary steps must be taken to meet the challenges that China and South-East Asia pose. When it comes to IP protection, European SMEs that invest in the local ICT industry should be aware of the IP risks that they run when operating in China and South-East Asia, and the main tools at their disposal to protect against those risks. This webinar provided EU SMEs with practical advice on how to safely operate in the ICT industry in China and South-East Asia. The expert provided an overview of online 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 will be presented throughout the webinar.
The webinar gave an overview to the European SMEs on how they can best protect their creative works in China's, South-East Asia's and Latin-America's markets. The experts provided practical information on how to register, protect and enforce copyrights in all three regions. SMEs also received expert tips and watch-outs to bear in mind before, during and after entering the markets in those territories. During the Q&A session, the experts provided answers to various SMEs' questions.
This Webinar provides a detailed overview of Taiwan’s current IP landscape and informs European SMEs about the best practices regarding the protection of IPR. It touches upon the basic ways in which EU SMEs can best protect their IP in Taiwan and how it differs from Mainland China. Additionally, legal measures have been put forward by our experts in case SMEs are faced with issues such as infringements.
Branding is one of the most important parts of SMEs’ business, as brands help consumers distinguish SMEs’ products from competitors' products and build brand loyalty. In China SMEs can protect their brand with trade marks. This webinar provided SMEs a practical and detailed overview of trade mark protection in China focusing on the new developments in Chinese Trade Mark Law. The expert discussed how to combat preemptive trade mark registrations in China and how to deal with bad faith trade mark registrations. This webinar gave SMEs an overview of IP protection in China and offered expert tips for developing a comprehensive IP protection strategy in China's market.
This was a preparatory webinar for the participants of the Italy-China Innovation week. The aim of the webinar was to give the participants of the Italy-China Innovation week an overview of China IPR SME Helpdesk services as well as an overview China's IP landscape. China IPR SME Helpdesk external expert Mr. Davide Follador gave an overview of the main types of IP connected to innovation, R&D and technology transfer in China. Mr Follador explained how to protect these types of IP in China and what to do in case of an IP infringement. Mr. Follador also explained what Italy-China Innovation Week participants should know about IPR before coming to take part in the Italy-China Innovation week in China. All attendees had a chance to pose the expert questions relating to IP protection in China as well as during the Italy-China Innovation Week. This webinar was conducted in Italian.
Biotechnology industries in Europe generate an annual revenue of approximately EUR 21 billion and contribute to the modernisation of the European industry. They are used in a variety of industrial sectors sectors such as healthcare and pharmaceuticals, animal health, textiles, chemicals, plastic, paper, fuel, food, and feed processing. As this sector is also rapidly growing in China, European SMEs are finding more and more opportunities in China’s biotechnology sector.
This webinar will give SMEs an overview of IP protection in China and offer expert tips for developing a comprehensive IP protection strategy in China’s biotechnology market. Our IPR expert Mr. Tony Chen will give a detailed overview to European SMEs about how to protect your IP in China’s fast-growing business environment.