How to imagine, build, develop the new “Cities”, in the broadest sense (Economic, Social, Political) with the New COOPERACTIVE ASSETS & COMMONS.

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Let’s give back to everyone what belongs to everyone! COOPERACTIVE ASSETS: Intellectual property of City & Regional & Country Brands Names
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Let’s give back to everyone what belongs to everyone! COOPERACTIVE ASSETS: Intellectual property of City & Regional & Country Brands Names

By March 21, 2019 0
Until very recently, this mark did not belong to the city of LAGUIOLE because it had been registered by a person before the City did so. There were many discussions and legal actions
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1 example of a National COOPERACTIVE ASSET: Country Brand Image via TV Series. And how to develop it.

S What image do soap operas give to a country? The brand image is a National COOPERACTIVE ASSET. Yes! A modern Reboot The PRECURSOR The approach of COOPERACTIVE ASSETS allows us to better understand their importance for a Community. And therefore to be able to promote and enhance them in order to increase and improve the Read more

Personal 3D printing

COOPERACTIVE ASSETS Tools- Let’s stop having funny-fun-fun with Personal 3D Printers!

The COOPERACTIVE ASSETS, the New Commons also use powerful and shared Collective tools.It is these tools that we must promote. And to do so, we must accelerate and facilitate their invention, their diffusion and the increase of their capacities. In this type of tool, 3D Printers, in the very broadest sense, polymers, plastic, metal, textile and Read more

Laguiole Knife

Let’s give back to everyone what belongs to everyone! COOPERACTIVE ASSETS: Intellectual property of City & Regional & Country Brands Names

Until very recently, this mark did not belong to the city of LAGUIOLE because it had been registered by a person before the City did so. There were many discussions and legal actions to ensure that the City could take back what common sense demanded, namely brand ownership.

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