Catherine Jelinek demonstrates its competence in licensing to renew your credential Certified Licensing Professional

Recently Catherine Jelinek, General Manager of CREATECH, It renewed for three years their credentials as Certified Licensing ProfessionalTM (CLP). Program that was initiated in 2008 on the initiative of Licensing Executives Society (LES) United States and Canada to recognize professionals who have demonstrated their experience and competence in intellectual property licensing, they are committed to the professional development and the achievement of skills and knowledge necessary to perform their duties at the highest level of quality.     Read more …


Support for those who want to license, among the novelties of the seminar of WIPO and INAPI international patenting systems

Seminar of international patenting. Photo courtesy of INAPI

The National Institute of intellectual property (INAPI) and the world intellectual property organization (WIPO for its acronym in English), with the cooperation of the European Patent Office (EPO for its acronym in English) and the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (PUC), they organized the "International patenting strategies seminar". The event was held the 9 June in the center of innovation Anacleto Angelini of the PUC and attended the Samanta Elgueta and Susana Labra, CREATECH markets and technologies executives. The seminar was composed of four lectures that addressed different issues related to both international and national patents.     Read more …


Licensing Activity Survey FY2015: A look at the University technology transfer in United States

AUTM technology transfer cycle. Image made by AUTM.

AUTM technology transfer cycle. Image made by AUTM.

Year after year, from 1991, the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) performs the "Licensing Activity Survey", study through which data of the annual activity of technology transfer carried out by universities in the United States are delivered. This year, in its version number 25, We will review the highlights of the study.

To contextualize, notably, in the last 25 years, They reported more than 380 thousand innovations to the offices of technology transfer from universities in United States, they were more than 206 thousand patent applications, emitting more than 84 thousand patents in United States. The revenue by licensing exceed the USD 37 thousand million. These licensed innovations became more of 10 thousand new products introduced to the market. Is created near 11.000 start up companies.     Read more …


Possible output of United States of the TPP, What is the panorama?

2016-11-29The past 8 of November is celebrated the election Presidential in United States, being elected the candidate Republican and entrepreneur Donald Trump. With regard to its plan of Government in relation to entrepreneurship e innovation still not there is clarity of what will be his stance and them measures that this will boost. However, It has declared what measures are which will take during the first 100 days of his Government, among them is the not ratify the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). What is what can occur if this Treaty not is ratified by United States in the Region of Pacific?? There are analysis that can help to give clarity on the panorama and you them we show below.     Read more …


Summer School WIPO on intellectual property is conducted in Santiago with the participation of CREATECH

Macarena Navas along with participants of the Summer School WIPO-Chile. Photo courtesy Macarena Navas.

Macarena Navas along with participants of the Summer School WIPO-Chile. Photo courtesy Macarena Navas.

Between the 25 January and the 5 February was held in Santiago the Summer School WIPO-Chile on intellectual property, organized by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in collaboration with the National Institute of Industrial property in Chile (INAPI). The training was attended by Macarena Navas, CREATECH technologies Executive, with whom we spoke about the relevance of the course and the highlight of this.

The course brought together a 40 people, most lawyers, but also at offices of engineers of transfer and licensing, among others. He presented 35 talks, with national and international exhibitors, experts in different areas related to intellectual property and Industrial property, topics covered in different ways. The first week the talks focused on broadly enter the tracks, to make way for a single deepening of these, as also explanations of the functions fulfilled by each entity such as WIPO and INAPI, existing treaties of patent and trademark registration. The second week focused mostly on the above applications with issues related to what is patentable, patent search, Copyright, specific cases to finish the course with a practical exercise.     Read more …


Representatives of the ecosystem of the invention and innovation meet at the 1st Congress of inventors of Chile

Jaime Vergara and Patrick Ibarra, of SCIDesign, along with his invention light Piano, at the fair of inventors. Photo: CREATECH

Jaime Vergara and Patrick Ibarra, of SCIDesign, along with his invention light Piano, at the fair of inventors. Photo: CREATECH

The days 21 and 22 October was developed in Santiago de Chile, in units of SOFOFA the 1st Congress of inventors, organized by Foundation Inventaccion. The appointment, It brought together a large number of attendees, It was attended by governmental authorities, private institutions and persons linked to the ecosystem of the invention and innovation, as entrepreneurs, service providers, inventors and entrepreneurs.

The Congress was divided into five panels of conversation, three workshops, a Bank of minds and a small fair, in which entrepreneurs showed their innovations. Addressed issues related to patentability, technologies, prototypes and market, but especially, to innovation is, What was done at the time of obtaining an innovation so that it is not a good idea and what do the different agencies to help make a useful product for the people of innovation.     Read more …


CREATECH studies: Market & IP Assessment answers what is my target market and advantages over the competition??

2015-10-28Through a wide range of innovations and market studies, CREATECH helps innovators and their potential partners or investors to assess business opportunities for innovations and develop strategies to take advantage of these opportunities, in local and international markets. During the next months we will publish a series of articles highlighting some of the studies more required.

On the road from lab to the market, researchers or entrepreneurs have questions to evaluate and increase the impact and relevance of its innovations, as the following:

  • What is the State of the art in relation to my innovation?
  • Is my invention patentable? Which strategy for the protection of industrial and intellectual property (PI) I need to follow?
  • What is the need or pain of the market and what are the potential benefits of my innovation to solve this?
  • How does compare my innovation with which today offers competition to solve the same need?
  • My innovation applications and which markets are most feasible and attractive, to focus on marketing?
  • What business model should I choose, to reach the target market with an attractive and competitive offer?
  • Who are my potential partners or customers for r & d, marketing or licensing?

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INAPI itinerant workshop on international patent system is used with presence of CREATECH

2015-06-17At the beginning of June was held, in units of the National Institute of Industrial property (INAPI), the "Itinerant workshop on the international patent system: PCT, ePCT and EPO". This workshop was organized by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the Inter-American Association of Industrial property (ASIPI), INAPI, the Chilean Association of intellectual property (ACHIPI) and the European Patent Office (EPO).     Read more …


INAPI and WIPO carry out intellectual property for journalists seminar

2015-05-22The day 13 may developed the Intellectual property for journalists seminar, organized by the world intellectual property organization (WIPO by its acronyms and English) and the National Institute of Industrial property in Chile (INAPI). The event was attended by around 20 professionals related to communication.

Welcome to the seminar was conducted by Maximiliano Santa Cruz, National Director of INAPI, who stressed that the protection of intellectual property (P.I.) It is a key tool for the development of countries. After his words five speakers from WIPO and INAPI exposed on various subjects related to intellectual property.     Read more …


World Intellectual property day, some indicators to consider

The 26 April is celebrated World Intellectual property day, commemorating the entry into force of the WIPO Convention in 1970. The aim of the celebration, This year it will focus on the music, It is to generate discussion on the role that intellectual property plays (IP) in promoting innovation and creativity.

Intellectual property can take shelter in different ways, Depending on the type of invention, one of these is the patenting. The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) through its Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) It receives requests from patenting from the countries subscribed to this Convention, giving the possibility to the innovators of applying for patents in several countries simultaneously. This prevents that the request in each country must do individually and gives more time to do it.     Read more …