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1 Innovaccess is a constituent part of the IP-BASE project which is financed by the CIP Programme, DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission WP 13 – Sectoral Handbooks on IPR IP Awareness and Enforcement Modular Based Actions for SMEs Dr. Agnieszka Turynska University of Alicante Cardiff, 11th September 2008

2 Innovaccess is a constituent part of the IP-BASE project which is financed by the CIP Programme, DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission To prepare 4 handbooks (one per sector) for the use of enterprises, particularly SMEs, active in the sectors of textiles and clothing, leather, footwear and furniture covering the following countries: Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain and the United Kingdom (target countries). The handbooks will be prepared in 13 target countries languages and should be developed in a way which will be adaptable to the needs of other sectors facing similar counterfeiting and piracy problems. To disseminate the handbooks in a series of awareness-raising seminars on the protection of intellectual property rights in the countries covered by the handbooks. MODULE 2 = WP 13 Sectoral IPR awareness action

3 Innovaccess is a constituent part of the IP-BASE project which is financed by the CIP Programme, DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission Partners : 1) University of Alicante – coordinator of WP 13, Agnieszka Turynska – WP Leader 2) Sectoral organizations: CETTEMSA, EURATEX 3) NPOs: BPO, UPV, INPI (FR), DPMA, OBI, HPO, UIBM, UPRP, INPI (PT), OSIM, OEPM, UKPTO NPO Lithuania with the observer status Subcontractors : 1) COTANCE – European Leather Association, 2) UEA – European Furniture Manufacturers Federation 3) CITEVE – Technological Centre for the Textile and Clothing Industries of Portugal 4) Subcontracted experts: Mrs. Vilma Misiukoniene and Dr. Roya Ghafele WP 13 Participants

4 Innovaccess is a constituent part of the IP-BASE project which is financed by the CIP Programme, DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission Analysis of the needs and situations of the SMEs from sectors of textiles and clothing footwear, leather and furniture in the field of IPR Development of the backbone of the Handbooks (one common backbone for all 4 sectoral Handbooks) and defining its final structure Drafting of sub-sections, compilation and translation of the Handbooks Printing and dissemination of Handbooks Organisation of awareness-raising seminars Quality Control, monitoring and Reports Main tasks

5 Innovaccess is a constituent part of the IP-BASE project which is financed by the CIP Programme, DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission Main Deliverables DeliverableDeadline Very first draft of the Handbooks backbone and report from the feedback received 01/2008 Report from the meeting in Brussels with main stakeholders and EC services 02/2008 Setting up the Advisory Committee 02/2008 Sector analysis report 05/2008 Backbone and final structure of the Handbooks 09/2008 Final revised Handbooks in English for sectors of textiles and clothing, leather, footwear and furniture 03/2009 Handbooks translated into target countries languages 04/2009 Handbooks printed and made available on CD ROMs /2009 Awareness Seminars Reports and feedback questionnaires From 05/2009 on

6 Innovaccess is a constituent part of the IP-BASE project which is financed by the CIP Programme, DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission 27 bodies involved Main organisations: International Trademarks Associations (INTA), UEAPME, Union de Fabricant, European Furniture Retailers Associations (FENA), European Furniture Industries Confederation (EFIC), European Federation of Building and Woodworkers (EFBWW), CTCP (Portugal), International Council of Tanners, European Trade Union Federation (ETUF:TCL), representatives from the European Commission (DG MARKT; TRADE; TAXUD). WP 13 Advisory Committee

7 Innovaccess is a constituent part of the IP-BASE project which is financed by the CIP Programme, DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission Around180 questionnaires analysed(not all of them were fully filled in): –101 from Textiles and Clothing –16 from Leather –31 from Footwear –32 from Furniture Majority of responses were received from SMEs, then National Sectoral Associations, Sectoral Research Centres and Large companies. Analysis of the SMEs needs

8 Innovaccess is a constituent part of the IP-BASE project which is financed by the CIP Programme, DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission Analysis of the SMEs needs –results 1 Main marketsMain competitors Counterfeiting experience Counterfeiting subject Overall Europe, China, US, Russia, India, Japan, Vietnam, Brazil, Mexico, Turkey, Australia, South Africa, Canada Within Europe, China, US, India, Turkey, Russia, Pakistan, Vietnam, Japan, Brazil China, US, India, Vietnam, Taiwan, Thailand, Russia, Israel; Europe: Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, UK design fabrics, product design, technical textiles, clothing accessories, active textiles, army fabrics, Leather goods (bags), labelling, logos, copying products and using the same names, furniture, lightening appliances, copies of trademark and designs, footwear soles, footwear design, shoes models, etc.

9 Innovaccess is a constituent part of the IP-BASE project which is financed by the CIP Programme, DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission Analysis of the SMEs needs – results 2 Counterfeiting as a major loss Counterfeiting awareness Counterfeiting info sources IPR awareness IPR info sources IPR protection means 86 – Yes 45 – I do not know 37 – No 74 Average 42 High 47 Low Lawyers – 55 Sectoral Assoc. – 42 Chambers – 16 Internet – 16 Police – 11 Customs – 0 NPO – 0 96 Average 38 High 46 Low Attorneys - 76 NPO – 66 Internet - 46 Chambers – 26 EPO – 25 OHIM – 12 WIPO - 1 None – 3 Trademarks – 115 (all sectors but furniture the highest number) Design – 93 (furniture sector the highest number) Patent - 46 Copyrights - 33 Informal rights - 29

10 Innovaccess is a constituent part of the IP-BASE project which is financed by the CIP Programme, DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission Part I: Overview of the sector concerned Part II: What you should know about Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) as an SME Part III: Ways of protecting your innovation in different countries – country specific information III A - Protection of your innovation generated by the Industrial Property Rights III B - Protection of your idea which emerges automatically Pre-final Handbooks backbone – 1

11 Innovaccess is a constituent part of the IP-BASE project which is financed by the CIP Programme, DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission Part IV: Ways to deal with infringements – country specific information Part V Protection in the European Union (European dimension) and beyond (International dimension) Part VI. Create value with your IPR Thank you for attention Pre-final Handbooks backbone – 2


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