According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is estimated that approximately 1.3 billion people live with some form of visual impairment. In addition, it points out that 80% of the causes are preventable or curable.
In this context, GVO Optics has a firm commitment to innovation as a way to help these people and make their day-to-day life easier. This commitment is clearly reflected in the multiple international patents that support its ability to innovate in a mature sector such as optics / ophthalmology and visual health. Their projects focus on achieving a significant improvement in the process and manufacturing result of the frames of the glasses they sell.
Its strong commitment to the generation of intangibles such as patents, utility models and industrial designs as a way to exploit its competitive advantage makes planning and policy determination necessary to optimize from the operational point of view and from the fiscal point of view all operations with these intangibles.
These intangibles are also subject to exploitation, since there is a transfer between Pauvazal and GVO Optics, which makes it necessary to carry out a transfer pricing study to determine the market values to which operations should be performed as well as to fix the contractual criteria between companies for the different concepts.