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AmCham highlights Guatemala’s SMEs

By Mayora IP - 31/05/2021

The American Chamber of Commerce of Guatemala recognized some of the country’s most successful small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in commemoration of the World Intellectual Property Day 2021.

AmCham’s Intellectual Property Committee celebrated “the ideas and innovations” of Guatemala’s entrepreneurs by distinguishing Wakami, SAM, Wakeout and Gronn.

Available on both Android and iOS, Wakeout offers a variety of different 30-second workouts that are designed pertaining to the specific setting of the user. 

Through the slogan “One man's trash is another man's treasure”, Gronn prevents glass bottles from arriving in landfills and upcycle them into handmade glassware and home decoration.

Wakami partners with local women in rural villages across Guatemala to consciously crafting bracelets.

SAM is a food and natural medicine company dedicated to the elaboration of breaded, spices and nutritious foods.

The World Intellectual Property Day 2021 -IP & SMEs: Taking your ideas to market-shined a light on the critical role of SMEs in the economy and how they can use IP rights to build stronger, more competitive and resilient businesses.

By Mayora IP - 31/05/2021
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