Virtual Events

Managing Intellectual Property During the COVID-19 Pandemic

29 Apr
Virtual Events

The COVID-19 outbreak has led to massive disruptions in the day-to-day processes and operations for both businesses and the government. The implementation of the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon and lockdown in other provinces outside the region has led to the increased reliance in technology- and internet-based transactions.

These include processes related to intellectual property, which help foster innovation and are vital assets to businesses. It is for this reason that the ECCP is organizing a Webinar on Managing Intellectual Property During the COVID-19 Pandemic, in partnership with IPR SME Helpdesk. This will tackle the latest developments in the Philippine Intellectual Property (IP) landscape, as well as IP protection and compliance through the use of technology and managing IP portfolios amidst the pandemic.

Send your questions in advance to advocacy@eccp.com to make sure your questions get answered.


RESOURCE SPEAKERS



REGISTRATION

Slots are limited and on a first come, first served basis.

Two complimentary passes;
Php 500 for additional attendee

ECCP members & EU SMEs

PHP 700

Non-Members

Paying attendees must settle their account before the event. Kindly send your proof of payment to trainings@eccp.com.

No shows will be billed at full cost.

Register Now!

How to access the webinar: In a separate email, you will receive the link sent via ZOOM/ECCP.

For inquiries, please email Ms. Katrina Baligod at katt.baligod@eccp.com.


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