Commercial gyms are one of the hottest trends in sport and fitness today, but they are also one of those technologies that have been around for far too long.
The EU has long fought for patents on these products, but the companies involved have managed to keep them secret.
A new generation, however, is coming in.
Commercial gyms, or gyms for that matter, are gaining in popularity in the UK and Ireland, and are now in use in France, Germany, and Austria.
However, it was not until 2016 that a European Commission report was published which highlighted the patent-related problems in the industry.
It was then that the European Commission launched its ‘MONSANTO’ initiative to address the issue.
While the idea behind the initiative is to find solutions to patent problems, the real challenge lies in ensuring that commercial gyms aren’t infringing on existing patents.
As it stands, commercial gym manufacturers are able to use patented technology to create their own products without ever having to get a patent from the EU.
Monsanto was launched to solve this problem, with the aim of providing European businesses with a means to ensure that they aren’t being ripped off by the manufacturers that use patents to create new products.
This has resulted in the creation of a number of ‘blueprints’, which provide a way for European companies to ensure their products comply with European standards.
These blueprints have been used by more than 3,000 businesses and associations around the EU, and will soon be making their way to the rest of the world.
Here are some of the key points from the new MONSANTOs blueprint:The new blueprint outlines a number a key principles to ensure the safety and quality of the products that consumers buy and use in the EU’s commercial gympets.
The blueprint aims to help ensure that consumers have access to a safe and reliable commercial gym environment, and to ensure companies are not infringing on the intellectual property rights of others.
It also calls for a re-evaluation of patents as a method of ensuring that products are made with safety and ethical standards in mind, and also encourages Member States to develop the legal framework for the creation and licensing of products.
The MONSANDO blueprint is available to download here:The Commission has launched its first round of consultations with the European Parliament and has also launched a consultation on the introduction of the blueprint to the European Economic Area.
In the meantime, the blueprint will remain open for consultation until the end of the year.