The Spanish Patent and Trademark Office, O.A. (SPTO) developed this section in order to showcase efforts by Spanish companies and institutions to invest in innovation. It highlights successful cases in which technological innovation has been applied to green sectors, thus solving technical problems and helping to make our planet more sustainable.
Proper management of industrial property goes hand in hand with privileged positioning in an increasingly competitive global market.
There are three determining elements for business competitiveness: sales volume, sales price and production cost. Industrial property is essentially linked to each of them, as patents, trademarks and designs represent an increasingly important business asset in terms of the value of companies and institutions in the market.
That is why it is so important for the SPTO to be a reference point for anyone who develops an innovation process and requires quality and competitive work when it comes to positioning their intangible assets.
Furthermore, this action demonstrates the SPTO’s growing commitment to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.