Presentación del tema: "Theodore Schultz September 2009. Mexicos Regional Offices There are 5 regional offices in the following cities: Monterrey Guadalajara Merida Puebla Leon."— Transcripción de la presentación:
Mexicos Regional Offices There are 5 regional offices in the following cities: Monterrey Guadalajara Merida Puebla Leon
National coverage with 5 Regional Offices Atención directa desde el D.F. Hidalgo Estado de México Oficina Regional Norte Nuevo León Tamaulipas Coahuila Chihuahua Durango Oficina Regional Sureste Yucatán Quintana Roo Campeche Tabasco Chiapas Oaxaca Oficina Regional Occidente Jalisco Nayarit Sinaloa Colima Sonora Baja Cal. Baja Cal. Sur Oficina Regional Bajío Guanajuato Querétaro San Luis Potosí Aguascalientes Michoacán Zacatecas Oficina Regional Centro Puebla Tlaxcala Veracruz Guerrero Morelos
Classification of SMEs In Mexico the classification of SMEs is related to the number of employees and depending in the type of business. ManufacturingCommerceServices Micro0 to 300 to 50 to 20 Small31 to 1006 to 2021 to 50 Medium101 to 50021 to 10051 to 100 Large>500>100>10
Importance of SMEs The universe of SMEs in Mexico ManufacturingCommerceServices Micro94.4%94.9%97.4% Small3.7%4.0%1.6% Medium1.7%0.9%0.5% Large0.4%0.2%0.4%
IP Government Programs of the State of Jalisco Through the State Office of Economic Promotion (SEPROE) there are different sources of funds to back Intellectual Property Rights applications.
Inventions The state of Jalisco Council of Science and Technology (COECYTJAL) provides funds for applications of IP Rights to any Micro, Small and Medium Size Enterprise, and private inventors, universities and research centers. It includes fees, and any other expenses, such as lawyer fees. It includes PCT applications, industrial models and utility models.
Inventions.. The procedure requires to present with the application a technology search. The program provides with up to 100% of the application cost.
Trademarks The State Council of Economic Promotion (CEPE) backs Micro and Small Enterprises with 50% of the application fees for trademarks. The only requisite is to demonstrate that they are taxpayers, by presenting the IRS registration.
Other actions on behalf of SMEs Acting as juries in creativity competitions Conferences, work shops, courses Advising micro and small enterprises in matters related to IP Participation in incubators evaluation committees
Other actions Training personnel for TTOs University of Guadalajara University of Baja California University of Sinaloa University of Sonora Research Centers51 individuals
Relationship with Universities and Research Centers Establishing Technology Transfer Offices Implementing Intellectual Property courses Lectures in Universities and Research Centers
Principales Funciones de ORO Oficinas de Transferencia de Tecnología: herramienta para acelerar el desarrollo económico y el bienestar. 9, 10 y 11 de Septiembre de 2009 Hotel Hilton, Salón México III