Altice Labs entrepreneurs to receive intellectual property consultancy

Inventa International recently signed a collaboration protocol with the “Enter” program. There will be a face-to-face legal office, in order to identify the IP assets to be protected by each of the startups.

The Portuguese company Inventa International recently signed a collaboration protocol with “Enter”, the entrepreneurship support program promoted by Altice Labs. Through this partnership, the consultant can provide intellectual property (IP) consulting to entrepreneurs and startups that are part of this group of innovators.

The promotion of IP mechanisms will be done through two different approaches: a face-to-face legal consultancy, in order to identify the IP assets to be protected by each of the entrepreneurs and startups and thematic events on each of the respective instruments necessary to protect an innovation (copyright, patents, brands, designs, among others).

According to Inventa International, the specific focus on promoting IP mechanisms in this program will be research and development in the areas of telecommunications and information systems.

“Altice Labs is one of the catalysts for innovation and entrepreneurship in Portugal, strongly committed to investing in development and research in the areas of telecommunications and information systems. Through the Enter program and the Altice International Innovation Award, recognition is promoted in the innovation ecosystem in these areas, at national and international levels ”, guarantees the consultant, in a statement sent to the newsrooms.

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